Pranks, loogies, the tragic end of a dirty-magazine collection—these are some of Matt Smith’s memories from growing up Catholic on Capitol Hill in the 1960s. So is the casual racism and homophobia of his fellow kids and grown-ups alike, and he relates it all with an unsettling, deadpan blue-eyed stare. This film is based on his one-man show, and the transfer from stage to cinema is exceptionally well-accomplished, with clever use of lo-fi effects and locations on the Hill. Most importantly, Smith’s stories are funny, vivid, unflinching, and revelatory. (Egyptian, 801 E Pine St,, 11 am, $12/$10 SIFF members)