Monday, June 26th 5:30pm
Set in a small German town immadiately following WWI. Anna grieves for her late husband Frantz. When she encounters a mysterious young Frenchman laying flowers at Frantz's grave, their shared connection propels a haunting and romantic tale of guilt and forgiveness in the shadow of war. This foreign language film is rated PG-13 for thematic elements and brief war violence and runs 113 minutes.
Tuesday, June 27th, 5:30pm
Singer/songwriter Arlo Guthrie stars in this 1969 film counter-culture comedy set furing the turbulent 60s. Guthrie portrays the embodiment of America's youth, a young man who sees his life beginning to unravel through a psychedelic drug-fueled haze. This film is rated R and runs approximately 111 minutes.
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