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Into the San Fernando Valley we rode, 10.2 miles from Casa Avrech, to see Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary 2016: Obama’s America.
Karen ordered our tickets in advance through Fandango.
There are no theater listings for 2016 in the LA Times. They claim there was a computer glitch, but I think we all know what’s really going on. And the mainstream media wonders why ad revenues and subscriptions are declining.
The film was playing at the Burbank AMC 8, a multiplex with which we were unfamiliar. After parking, we made our way to the mall, lined up to get our tickets and discovered that we were at the wrong multiplex. We shlepped to the next multiplex. Wrong again. Finally, relying on Karen’s amazing inner GPS, we found the right theater tucked away — no, hidden — in a far corner of the mall.
I said to Karen: “It’s going to be empty. No one can find this place.”