The Most Beautiful Fraud: Argo

by Leonard Pierce

The whole evening had a distinctively ’70s flair about it:  we drove out to Shoreline, a northern suburb of Seattle, to the Crest Cinema Center to see my first movie since relocating to the Pacific Northwest.  The Crest was built in 1949, and seems quite specifically stuck in time, the kind of old neighborhood theatre that’s been out of vogue since Nixon was in office; it doesn’t even look like a movie house so much as it does a converted elementary school that someone decided to start showing second-run movies in.

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