MVFF asks your opinion before screening film “Afternoon Delight.”

This week, in anticipation of screening the film "Afternoon Delight," MVFF interns ask probing questions of people on the street in Menemsha.
Photo courtesy of Afternoon Delight movie.

This week, in anticipation of screening the film "Afternoon Delight," MVFF interns ask probing questions of people on the street in Menemsha.

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival’s Man on the Street series asks people probing questions about issues that are central to their movies from the Summer Film Series line up. This week they asked people if they’d ever invited anyone to their house, and lived to regret it, leading up to Wednesday and Thursday night screenings of “Afternoon Delight.” The film by director Jill Soloway follows the adventures of a woman who invites a stripper to stay in her guest room.

“Afternoon Delight” screens Wednesday, July 24 at the Chilmark Community Center at 8 pm. A discussion with Jill Soloway follows the film. On Thursday, July 25, the film screens again at the Harbor View Hotel, Edgartown, at 8 pm. For more information, visit tmvff.org.

To see a clip of young film-goers reviewing last week’s Cinema Circus event, click here.