Killer of Sheep
Directed by Charles Burnett
Declared a national treasure by the Library of Congress, Killer of Sheep explores the L.A. ghetto of Watts in the mid-’70s through the eyes of Stan, a sensitive dreamer who is growing detached from the psychic toll of working at an abattoir. Due to the expense of the music rights, Killer of Sheep was kept from distribution for three decades, until finally being restored and released in 2007.
Lamb to the Slaughter
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Hitchcock takes on a classic Roald Dahl short story.
Menu: Lamb Six Ways to Sunday
prepared by guest chef Tim Kemp
Sweetbreads, Asparagus-Bacon Consommé
Shoulder, Ramp Top Cavatelli, Salvatore Bk Ricotta
Belly, Crayfish, Green Garlic-Miso, Sichuan Peppercorns
Saddle, Morels, Rhubarb, Chive Blossom
Constant Bliss, Candied French Breakfast Radish
Rhubarb Tart, Compressed Strawberry, Basil Ice Cream