A woman recovering from an addiction to alcohol—or, for that matter, heroin, meth, and (perhaps especially) overeating—is a woman in need.
Every once in awhile, a shitty movie comes along that so bafflingly captures critical attention that I’m forced to side with the indie filmmaker-wannabes who jealously trash the Hollywood Machine.
In this corner: “The Happy Organ,” a 1959 organ-based instrumental by Dave “Baby” Cortez. In that corner: “Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor” an 18th-century composition for organ by Johann Sebastian Bach. Again, you decide. Here is your chance to shine.