“The Two of Us”
Wednesday, August 21 (at Sundown – about 8 p.m.)
FREE & Open to the Community
This summer we mark our 15th year of outdoor film fun as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the award winning film “The Two of Us,” a comically bittersweet coming-of-age film about an eight year old Jewish boy, Claude, living in Nazi-occupied France, who is sent by his loving parents to live in the country with the Catholic parents of their friends. Michel Simon plays the gruff grandfather, who grows to care deeply for Claude and hence to overcome his prejudice.
Complimentary sweets, chips, pretzels, and soda, plus freshly popped corn. Everyone welcome. No charge. RSVP to Judy Simkin – firstname.lastname@example.org