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!

2 Comments

  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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