Like I said before, it has to be a special occasion for me to go out during the week. On Tuesday May 24th, my friend Maria and I went out for some Moe's and some Bill Cunningham!
It was the last day that the documentary was playing at Cinema Paradiso and I couldn't let it pass without seeing it.
Moe's is Mexican food with a touch of Caribbean flavors.
And it's very affordable!
It's also closer to me than to Maria's so she drove to meet for dinner and I drove to the theater.
My salad; under the layers of vegetable is a very spicy chicken with medium salsa.
Maria's dinner also included some chips and cheese but it was eaten before I got to the camera.
By the theater entrance.
The soft green and turquoise colors are a great contrast again the gold of the light fixture.
The marquee, outside the theater entrance.
The poster's photos are full of color and fabulous outfits.
Iris Apfel is in the poster as well as in the documentary; and in case that you don't know she is one of my
For a Tuesday and a documentary there were a lot of us at the theater.
There is a scene were he is asked if he ever had a romantic relationship and he smiles with sadness in his eyes and said "no, because he implies that being a homosexual was not acceptable in his family.
He also started to cried when asked why he goes to church every Sunday. Again is implied that he is repenting the fact that he is gay. Many of us in the audience were crying during this part of the movie.
The movie was beautiful, funny and showcase Mr. Cunningham artistic abilities as well as his fragile spirit.
If you like fashion, photography, and independent spirit: check this movie out.
This is the lighted and retro theater exit hallway. As we were exiting it felt like you were leaving a ball and not a movie.
Another one of my old Target shirts.
A.M.I. skirt from a local Ft Lauderdale store around 7 years ago.
My oldest daughter sandals that are a gift from my mom's to her and that she let me wear because the colors are a perfect match.
This is the skirt's flower design. It is on both sides of the skirt.
My bag is from 2008 and I got it in Miami Beach at a store that is not longer on Lincoln Rd.
It doesn't have a name tag.
Necklace is from Steinmart and it's from 2008. Do you remember the trend of ribbon ties on jewelry?
One of the bracelet is from India and the other one is from Dots.
Both rings are presents from my girls.
Have a fantastic and fun week!
Bill Picture from: artsfuse.org