Wednesday Movie Club: The Best Movie You've (Probably) Never Seen In-Person
This film is being presented as part of the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library's Wednesday Movie Club, a weekly showcase of movies that matter for people who love movies. Registration is not required.
Each month we aim to bring you a lesser known yet truly remarkable film. You may not have heard of these titles (and we won't always announce them in advance), but we promise each selection will make you laugh, cry, see the world through different eyes or just plain marvel at the power of cinema.
Given that next week we'll be watching director Christopher Nolan's $100 million Oppenheimer, we thought it would be fun to watch Mr. Nolan's very first feature film, which he made for a grand total of $6,000. Widely recognized as one of the greatest "no budget" films of its time, Following is a "taut and ingenious neo-noir" about a unemployed writer who takes to following people around the streets of London until his habit becomes an obsession and he follows the wrong guy.