This screening is in conjunction with Tracey Snelling’s “Woman on the Run,” which is on view in the Frist’s upper-level gallery. It’s actually a pretty cool exhibit that’s made of “nearly life-sized facades, cardboard cutouts, comic strips, photographs, signs, and videos, accompanied by a soundtrack.” It’s a really ambitious piece that tells a whole story about a woman who’s wanted for questioning in the murder of her shady husband.
But that isn’t free to see, unlike the screening of The Last Seduction. It’s a neo-noir film about a “devious sexpot” who steals her husband’s drug money and hides out in a small town where she meets the perfect dupe for her next scheme. There was talk about an Oscar nomination for leading actress Linda Fiorentino when it came out in 1994, but the film was disqualified because it came out on HBO before being released in theaters.
The screening takes place Friday, December 16th at 7pm at the Frist’s auditorium. There’s usually free popcorn, so get there early.