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This Film Should Be Played Loud

Rock out at the cinema as we screen classic concert films, music docs and cult music flicks with the volume cranked up, a live pre-show DJ and drink specials.


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 9:30 PM

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PEARL JAM: LET'S PLAY TWO

  • USA
  • 123
  • STC
    Director:
  • Danny Clinch
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Amidst the historic 2016 Chicago Cubs season, Pearl Jam, led by Chicago’s own Eddie Vedder, put on two unforgettable sold-out shows at the world famous Wrigley Field. Let’s Play Two is highlighted by the legendary band’s amazing performances as captured by acclaimed director/photographer Danny Clinch—while also telling the unique story of Pearl Jam’s deep-seated relationship and history with the city, team and stadium in an unlikely intersection of sports and music. Featuring classics spanning their entire catalogue, Let’s Play Two is everything you could want from a Pearl Jam concert movie.


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