TWO Great Monday Events
Cinema 10 screens The Strange Case of Angelica on Monday, April 30 at the Roxy Theater in Potsdam. Show time is 7:15 PM. This is the tenth screening of the spring Cinema 10 season.
In a film Dennis West of Cineste called “daring and haunting,” a young Jewish photographer is called to a wealthy family estate to photograph a young bride who has inexplicably died on her wedding day. As he looks through the lens, she opens her eyes and smiles at him—or so he believes. This tale of romantic, otherworldly enchantment is the work of 103 year old writer-director, Manoel de Oliveira, whose career stretches back to 1942. It’s “a quiet, lovely ode to romance,” observes Mark Jenkins of The Washington Post. “In addition to being beguilingly disorienting, The Strange Case of Angelica is gorgeously composed and photographed.”
The Strange Case of Angelica is not rated. It runs 97 minutes and is in Portuguese with English subtitles.
General Admission: $4.50/individual; $35/season
Students and Senior Citizens: $3.50/individual; $25/season (If you have a group of ten people this is still a bargain.)
To celebrate Month of the Military Child -
IN MY SHOES - Last performance with original cast
At the Multi-Purpose Auditorium on Fort Drum 7pm
A talk back with the cast and crew will follow.
See the mountaineer article here