29Sep10:51 pmEST

Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas

Simply put, Leaving Las Vegas (1995) is a beautiful film.

You may hear others use different adjectives, such as "sad," "depressing," even "gross," but there is no denying the quality of the character development. And there is certainly no denying the powerful performances by Nicolas Cage and Elizabeth Shue. 

The soundtrack is legendary, and simply reinforces just how powerful and memorable the film truly is.

I suggest you make time to watch this film and give it your full attentions and focus to truly appreciate it. 

via imdb.com:

Adapted from the novel by John O'Brien, this film tells the story of Ben Sanderson, a Hollywood screenwriter who lost everything because of his alcoholism, arrives in Las Vegas to drink himself to death. There, he meets and forms an uneasy friendship and non-interference pact with prostitute Sera.

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