Boedecker Theater's Friday Night Weird film screenings return this month with a Very Cera September, a series dedicated to that wispy icon of millennial awkwardness, actor Michael Cera. Over the course of five films, cineastes can sample every era of Cera, from his star-making comedic turns to some of the most decidedly outré titles in his filmography. The month long affair continues at 8:45 p.m. on Friday, September 15 with the Boedecker premiere of the absurd 2017 indie comedy Lemon, where Cera plays against type in a supporting role as an arrogantly twee student in leading man Brett Gelman's Chekhov class. With additional showtimes at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and 6 p.m. on Sunday, a Very Cera September is a fine opportunity to see this quirky new comedy. Visit tickets.thedairy.org to learn more and buy tickets, $8-$11. The Cera series continues next week with a screening of Crystal Fairy and the Magical Cactus on September 22 and Youth in Revolt on September 29.