Quality of Life

September 26, 2005 on 9:51 am | In local news | 2 Comments
Quality of Life

Quality of Life, a new independent feature film about two young San Francisco graffiti writers, is finally coming to theaters. It opens October 12 at the United Artists Galaxy 4 Theatre (at Van Ness and Sutter) in San Francisco. This low-budget film was shot in SF’s Mission district, but it looks like it will have more than just local interest. Ben Morgan, the director, was a very thoughtful and reasonable voice at the recent Commonwealth Club panel (which you can listen to here in RealAudio format). I haven’t seen the movie yet, but it’s been getting some great reviews, so I’m really looking forward to checking it out. See you there, opening night!


  1. Why did they have to release the audio archive in RealAudio? RealPlayer is such a horrid piece of software.

    I went ahead and created an Upcoming.org post for QoL.

    Comment by Danny Dawson — September 28, 2005 #

  2. anyone know where i can get the trailer HTML to put on myspace? (you know like the movie trailer)

    Comment by Weos — March 25, 2006 #

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