Upcoming Films for the Cinematically Disadvantaged features announced

Upcoming Films for the Cinematically Disadvantaged features announced

Arts On Grand and Carey’s Electronics are excited to bring you the next edition of Films for the Cinematically Disadvantaged. These films will be shown upstairs at Carey’s Electronics at 7:00 PM. Coffee, tea, and popcorn will be served with your free will donation.

February 25 Summer Interlude Sweden 1951

Ballerina Marie (Maj-Britt Nilsson), spending the summer with her unsettling Uncle Erland (Georg Funkquist) at his quiet island home near Stockholm, meets the kindhearted Henrik (Birger Malmsten) and falls into a carefree summer romance with him that ends suddenly and tragically. Years later, after rediscovering her old diary from that fateful summer, melancholy Marie returns to her uncle’s home in an attempt to quiet the demons that have haunted her ever since.

March 11 Ice Mother Czech Republic 2017

Crushing family dynamics have crushed Hana, an old-fashioned, respectable Czech mother, and a recent widow. The arrival of Brona and his sometimes depressed chicken changes the life of everyone, including Brona

March 18 Darkest Hour United Kingdom 2017

In May 1940, the fate of Western Europe hangs on British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to negotiate with Adolf Hitler, or fight on knowing that it could mean a humiliating defeat for Britain and its empire.

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