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Wednesday, Apr 29 2009
Being in an indie-rock band can be great fun — unless you have to do dialysis while on tour. This doc explores how East Bay rockers Rogue Wave had to rally when drummer Pat Spurgeon’s single kidney crapped out. Part of the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Mon., May 4, 3:15 p.m., 2009

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