I Am Cinematic: Cafe Gratitude-Centric Documentary Might Be Preachy, But Inspirational

Frank Ferrante, a 54-year-old Brooklyn transplant, looks like the last person who would wander into a Cafe Gratitude and stay there without the use of handcuffs, but the documentary May I Be Frank shows how the perceptively preachy vegan mini-chain helped him achieve a healthier body and outlook on life in just over a month. While our suspicions are as-ever aroused by the whole Gratitude ethos, the film looks like a fish-out-of-water story worth seeing. Proceeds from both screenings will benefit San Rafael-based nonprofit Beyond Hunger.

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May I Be Frank Screenings
Date: Thurs., Apr. 22, 6:30 p.m.
Location: Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center (1118 Fourth St. at A, San Rafael)
Cost: $20/$40 (including post-film discussion/reception)
Reservations: Advance tickets available online

Date: Thurs., May 13, 6:30 p.m.
Location: Bridge Theatre (3010 Geary at Fillmore)
Cost: TBA
Reservations: Advance tickets available online

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3010 Geary, San Francisco, CA

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