Rolled Seattle Screening
Rolled finally makes its Seattle debut. Director Whit Scott will be at the screening to drink beers and field any questions you might have about the film afterwards.
There are only 120 available tickets and we plan on packing the place. They have tables and chairs, and you can bring in outside food.
Don't know anything about the film? Read on.
In 1979, a kid from LA got together with three of his friends because he wanted to artistically toilet paper a house. They planned it out knowing exactly what they would do, how long it would take, and how it would look in the end. One of the kids filmed it.
They continued this mischief throughout their high school years. When one graduated, they replaced him with a new member to carry on a specifc job in the group. These jobs included the "historian" who photographed or filmed every house they hit.
In the late 90s, I (Whit) joined this group as the historian. I recently convinced my three compatriots to recount their experiences. They said yes, we collected some great stories, and we were also able to meet the group's founding member. We then went to Los Angeles to meet and lm the kids currently in the group, and see how it's doing since we left in 2000.
Then I made it a movie.
Then you came and saw it. We had fun.
1411 21 Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|