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The Future of Britain

May be hairless


All right, folks. Ms. Day doesn't have a lot of room here to summarize and debate the finer points of V for Vendetta, especially since she hasn't seen the Matrix brothers' film as of press time (she has played several rounds of Guy Fawkes hangman on the movie's Web site, but that only makes her an expert on, well, hangman tactics). So, in other words, for your film-review edification, you'll have to check out the film section. But if you need to know how to get your head shaved before a 10 p.m. screening of the film this evening, you've come to the right place. Just show up at 9 p.m. at Ronnies 20 Cine (5320 South Lindbergh Boulevard, Sappington; 314-843-4336), and get in that head-shaving line. Not only will your bald noggin benefit Locks of Love (if your shorn hair is long enough), but it will also grant you a prize pack and a preferential seat for the film (during which Natalie Portman gets a shaved head). Tickets cost $11, but that price is totally worth it to be bald on purpose (and not as a result of another butter-related accident). And for you chickens out there, no head-shaving is required to attend this special screening, and you'll still receive a cool mask.
Thu., March 16

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