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"Alphonso Bow" and "Glenn, Joe & Julia"

Both films were shown at the Detroit Independent Film Festival on 3/5/10

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Alphonso Bow Director and Executive Producer Lije Sarki makes an appearance at the Detroit Independent Film Festival on March 5, 2010.

by Garrett Godwin
ggodwin82@yahoo.com

Glenn, Joe & Julia made its world premiere at the Burton Theatre for the Detroit Independent Film Fesitval (DIFF) on Friday. It involves the lives of two young adults in what seems to be a very happy and loving relationship. However, one of them starts to have doubts when he believes that his girlfriend is about to break up with him, and his fears might come true with an ending with familiar territory -- but leaves you confused. To be honest, it's not a romance, so what is it: a comedy, a drama, both, or none of the above? You decide.

Glenn, Joe & Julia was screened on Friday, March 5 at 4 p.m.

Following Glenn, Joe, & Julia came Alphonso Bow, where director and executive producer Lije Sarki was at the showing to answer questions following the showing of the film. Starring Jeffrey Pierce (Charlie Jade) and Michael Dempsey, the film takes place at a Mexican restaurant. The "young bull" has a know-it-all, womanizing, devil-may-care attitude; he is cynical, loud, and brash. The "old bull", though, is the complete opposite, as these two men discuss everything from relationships to sex to Christianity to Buddhism and so forth based on their age, personality, lifestyle.

This is the better than the two because it does make you think besides smacking the title character because he may irritate you so much, I'm surprised that even the waitress had so much restraint throughout the film. Alphonso Bow may be the guy you love to hate, but it is funny and insightful.

Alphonso Bow was screened on Friday, March 5 at 4:30 p.m.

Check out the trailer at www.alphonsobow.com; you can also contact the filmmakers at bowmovie@gmail.com.

For more information on the Detroit Independent Film Festival, visit www.detroitindiefest.com.

Related Story: The Detroit Independent Film Festival kicks off today and runs through Sunday

 

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DIFF Marketing Director Aaron Karns and Lije Sarki

 

PHOTO BY JASON RZUCIDLO / ©AMERICAJR.com

Sarki introduces his film Alphonso Bow just before the screening.

 

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