And so there are two additions to the schedule of local mainstream theaters. They are:
"Leave No Trace": Ben Foster and Thomasin McKenzie star as a father-daughter duo who get caught living in a public park and, because of dad's PTSD, have trouble adapting to what most of us would consider to be a normal existence. Like … going to the store?
"Sorry to Bother You": An African-American man (Lakeith Stanfield) goes to work for a call center and finds the secret to success is his voice. His "white" voice.
That's the lot. So go, see a movie. And enjoy.