We are putting the Wednesday night movies back on but this time with a twist. Nashville (1975) directed by Robert Altman. Five days in the Nashville country and gospel music scene,
We are putting the Wednesday night movies back on but this time with a twist.
Nashville (1975) directed by Robert Altman. Five days in the Nashville country and gospel music scene, filled with stars, wannabe stars, and other hangers-on – individual stories of this small group intertwined – provides a commentary on American society. The stars include: good ol’ boy Haven Hamilton, whose patriotic songs leading up to the American bicentennial belie his controlling and ruthless nature Barbara Jean, the country music darling who is just returning to Nashville and performing following recovery from a fire-related injury which may have taken more of an emotional toll than a physical one; and good looking and charismatic Tom Frank, one-third of the successful group Bill, Mary, and Tom, he who is trying to go solo, which masks his need to not be solo in his personal life as he emotionally abuses woman after woman in love with him, including Mary who is married to Bill.
Every Wednesday night we will show one of the best indie films on offer.
There’s not a blockbuster in sight, we are talking festival winners, underdogs and movies most of us have ever heard of.
Free popcorn and drink specials all night long.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm