to quote our about-to-be-published YOUR BEST JUNE story:
Obvious Child in theaters June 13 is the story of Donna (Jenny Slate), a young comedian in New York who’s experiencing the proverbial tailspin. Her boyfriend dumped her for her friend, and in a night of drunken debauchery she fucks a dude she meets at the bar. Then she gets pregnant. Obvious Child is about what happens afterward: there’s no doubt in her mind she wants an abortion, and her friends are all supportive without any judgment whatsoever. The only drama is how she reveals her secret to her family, as well as the dude at the bar. This is comedy at its most refreshing, and the only annoying thing about Obvious Child is that its plot should not feel so subversive. -Alan Zilberman
Everyone is talking about it, everyone wants to see it and MAYBE you can see it tonight and FOR FREE.
HERE ARE THE DETAILS AS TO WHERE AND HOW:
Screening and special panel discussion featuring writer/director Gillian Robespierre, actor/comedian Jenny Slate, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America Executive Vice President and CXO Dawn Laguens.
HOW TO GET TICKETS (and remember these seats are always, first come, first served:)
Gofobo link: http://l.gofobo.us/GbdpWtMN