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OBSCENE: A Portrait of Barney Rosset and Grove Press
OBSCENE: A Portrait of Barney Rosset and Grove Press Rated: NR    Runtime: 97 mins.
Friday, September 5 Thursday, September 11

Barney Rosset is the greatest American publisher of the twentieth century and the most influential cultural figure that you’ve never heard of. Under Rosset, Grove Press and Evergreen Review fought decisive battles, including many before the state and federal supreme courts, to defeat legal censorship in this country. Their victories opened American life to new and dangerous currents of freedom. But Rosset’s public fight against hypocrisy is inextricable from his tumultuous personal life: the same unyielding, quixotic, restless energy that upended centuries of law brought Rosset perilously close to personal destruction. S.F. Premiere! Dir. Neil Ortenberg & Daniel O’Connor. With Barney Rosset, Amiri Baraka, Jim Carroll, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Al Goldstein, Erica Jong, Ray Manzarek, Michael McClure, John Rechy, Ed Sanders, John Sayles, Gore Vidal, John Waters and Lenny Bruce, William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, Malcolm X.

Music By:
Bob Dylan - I Threw It All Away
The Doors - Back Door Man
Patti Smith - Spell
Warren Zevon - Lawyers, Guns, and Money
Jim Carroll - Falling Down Laughing
X - Adult Books
Ella Fitzgerald - All The Things You Are

USA 2007, Documentary, 97min. NIGHTLY AT 7:00 & 8:50. PLUS SAT, SUN & WED AT (3:00) & 5:00