"The Unforeseen" Should be Required Viewing in Austin

Ever wonder why Austin’s traffic has gotten so bad? Perhaps you don’t think it’s that bad if you’re from L.A., but it’s definitely much, much worse than it used to be. If you’re a central Austin inhabitant, you may not venture out to the ‘burbs much. Maybe you’ve been to Barton Springs Pool or hiked along Barton Creek? All of these things may not seem related, but to anyone who’s been in Austin awhile and cares about the natural environment – it’s definitely all related. And now there’s a film that starts to bring it all together – The Unforeseen. You now have another week to go see it at the Alamo Drafthouse South!


5 Comments so far

  1. Richard Ault (richard) on April 19th, 2008 @ 2:57 pm

    I really do hope people get out to see this film, the trailer looks very hopeful. And more importantly, Austin seems to be showing early signs of developer fatigue. This is the time to take action and plan for the future austonians want.

  2. Richard Ault (richard) on April 20th, 2008 @ 10:54 am

    Er um I mean Austinites?

  3. monkeysocks on April 20th, 2008 @ 3:47 pm

    Seen it.

    The thing I like about it is that it gives a fair amount of time and respect to the various sides of the issue — not just SOS supporters and leaders, but perspective from the developers, the Texas legislators and those that just enjoy Austin and the springs.

    I do find it intriguing why people say they like or love Austin but don’t make more of an effort to help preserve what it is that they love about it.

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