Tonight, my sister and I had a special time out for dinner and saw the early screening of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" at Muenzinger auditorium. It was warm and beautiful outside so we ate out on the rooftop of a downtown restaurant. When we arrived to the showing, there was a line out the door that wasn't moving a budge. As time passed, we were told that the auditorium was completely full; but my sister and I weren't going to give up seeing this film. Something came over us in that we didn't discuss what was going to happen next but just silently went with it. We waltzed into the auditorium and saw that there were no seats left. I approached a man that was seating movie viewers and told him how we needed a seat. Right away he pointed out two seats that were available and we sprinted to them. Somehow, my sister and I were able to make it into the full-seated showing and watch this incredible film together. The movie had us cracking up and it was an overall beautiful piece of art. I am thankful to have these moments where everything falls into place and magically works out.
Anna Marie Valenti
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