It’s another Monday night movie at the Bayou Bijou at UL. The Bayou Bijou Film Series is dedicated to bringing a provocative, adventurous and exciting set of films to our community. The eclectic film selection and choice content make this a cool Monday night excursion.
Tonight’s movie is Sleep Dealer (2008). Directed by Alex Rivera, the film is a futuristic science fiction film set in a police state world of closed borders, virtual labor camps, and digital mind networks. The film is 90 minutes long and rated PG-13.
Bayou Bijou is located in the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Student Union at 600 McKinley Street. All movies are on Mondays at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. The series can be enjoyed for the season ticket price of $20, which can be used at either showing. Tickets purchased at the door are $3 per feature ($2 for all UL Lafayette students with school ID). Refreshments are available at every show. For more information call 482-6940 or 482-5478.
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