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Sheraton Fisherman's Wharf

The Last Weekend

The Vogue, a single-screen neighborhood theater in Pacific Heights saved by a non-profit foundation, is a swell place to see a movie.  Monday, after our POPS tour, we went there to see The Last Weekend, a Patrician Clarkson vehicle directed and written by Tom Dolby, about the culture of wealthy San Franciscans with houses at Lake Tahoe. A few things happen, but mostly it is a slice of life, set on the Labor Day Weekend, the last weekend of summer (although the title has a double meaning). It is a pleasant way to while away 90 minutes, with characters you come to know, in a mildly interesting situation. It is in very limited release, but see it if you get a chance, especially if you care about San Francisco and are interested in the lives of wealthy San Franciscans.