In its nerly hidden loction under an elevated freeway off Rama IV Road, Rain Dogs
|continues to be one of the most offbeat art and entertainment venues in the capital.
In addition to screening film documentaries about photography every Tuesday night, the scruffy bar / gallery now hosts films on music on Thursdays. A recent music film night saw a screening of Control, the haunting Anton Corbijn-directed feature on the short but memorble career of Ian Curtis, singer for Joy Division. The Thursday night films are followed by a live band performance, and on this prticular evening Rain Dogs hosted the Straight Refugeez, billed as "original US hip-hop with a Khmer twist."