Film and Conversation Series: Movie Love from the 40's to Now
Join us for screenings of four classic movies. Each movie starts at 2 p.m. at the Main Library. After each feature, retired professor, Tony McRae, film critic and historian, will lead movie-goers in a short discussion about the theme and the movie. Four love stories, each cast in a different mold:
November 17 - "I Know Where I'm Going" (1945, Not rated)
A headstrong young woman who travels to the wild Scottish Highlands to marry a rich lord only to encounter a mythic world that changes her expectations.
November 24 - "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" (1947, Not rated)
A young widow escapes to a seaside house haunted by a demanding ghost who soon meets his match.
December 1 - "Manhattan" (1971, Rated R)
A middle-aged New Yorker loves two women, yet his true love is the town he lives in.
December 8 - "Far From Heaven" (2003, Rated PG-13)
A suburban housewife tries to stand by her husband, only to find herself falling from mercy.
Free popcorn will be served. Contact Lori West at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Movies @ the Dr. James Carlson Library
Do you like movies? Do you like popcorn? Free movies will be screened on the 2nd Friday of the month (September through May) at 1 p.m. in the community room at the Dr. James Carlson Library. Free popcorn is served for all films. Adults must accompany children ages 9 and under.
November 8 - Skyfall (PG-13)
December 13 - 42 (PG-13)