11:32 a.m. Sunday: What’s on tap for the finale …

Sunday morning …

I contend that the best music for driving up to Woodstock on a Sunday morning is the Beatles’ “Let it Be.” Hearing the raucous slash of “I’ve Got a Feeling” makes your blood run a little faster. Probably not a good idea for me, considering the stressful no-stopping pace I’ve lived this weekend, but oh well. The song rocks.

Yes, it’s Sunday morning in Woodstock. Almost afternoon. The actors’ dialogue with Edie Falco should be finished – we’ll have a report from Matt Connolly. Meanwhile, the second showing of Maverick winner “Stranger Things” has just about sold out. That’s at 1:30 p.m. at Upstate Films Woodstock.

Other films you might want to see today? The 4:45 p.m. showing of “Norman” at the Bearsville Theatre. The 7:30 p.m. “Ray Charles America” at Bearsville. “Cherry” at 5:30 p.m. at Upstate Films Rhinebeck. “First Circle” at 3:30 p.m. at Upstate Rhinebeck.

The closing night film, “Stone,” is sold out at both 6:45 and 9:30 (Upstate Woodstock). You can still see “Welcome to the Rileys” at 8:30 p.m. at the Rosendale Theatre, though.

It’s sunny and cool here today – the right kind of day to hang out and catch a flick. Come on up if you can. If not, stay with us. I’m seeing “Stranger Things” and Matt Connolly is taking in the Haiti shorts right about now.

Then, hopefully, my blood will slow a bit.

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