A quartet of short films by acclaimed filmmaker (or "chronicler") Tom Palazzolo. "Enjoy Yourself: It's Later Than You Think" (1974) depicts the Democratic Party hosting a picnic for Chicago's seniors; "Jerry's Deli" (1974) is the account of a popular-if outrageously cranky-deli owner; "Down on Clark Street" offers a nostalgic look at 1960s Chicago; and "Rita on the Ropes" finds a (fictional) high schooler lamenting her painful existence. 65 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: EnglishDolby Digital stereo; biography.
New Short: Bartholomew Whoops & the Bad Bad Ball. Director's Biography & Filmography. Tom Palazzolo is an Independent Film and Medium artist who makes documentary and narrative films. He has won awards at various European and American Film Festivals and received National and Regional Grants from the American Film Institute, the National Endowment and the Illinois Art Council. This collection of four films looks into the life of a deli owner in the Independent classic Jerry's Deli. The personal relationships of a high school student in Rita on the Ropes, a Chicago senior citizens' picnic in Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think, and a nostalgic look back to '60s Chicago in Down Clark Street.