Things re funny.
The way they work out.
Il give u an example….
You know sometimes a man thinks he is going to run a book group on damon runyons guys and dolls now the man is not necessarilly wrong for thinking that he has the book and is at the place but then your man finds himself in your bfi watching movies about the advertising industry and he thinks well this may even actually be better not that he is thinking the book club would be bad but he is a man who can get easilly disappointed and this pains me so and sometimes it makes me feel a little crook so i cannot say i am not glad the man enjoyed the film
Im a clever staffy i can write like guys and dolls.
Bfi films are expensive but then sometimes they come neatly bookended by middle aged men telling u about them.
If youve got the money or if ur some kind of concession or if uv a nice friend to pay its a good way to watch a film. With the little introduction.
It makes u a bit more interested even if u hav the attention span of a 2013 person.