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Kirsten Dunst, surrounded by pastries, in scene from film
"Marie Antoinette" (2006)

This Coming Thursday and Friday at the Packard Campus Theater (November 30 and December 1, 2023)

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Let them eat cake!  Okay, she never said that but see what her life was sort of like in a big screen look at the life of Marie Antoinette (as directed by Sophia Coppola).  Then, December kicks off as Harrison Ford goes on the run in the big screen adaptation of “The Fugitive.”

Against vibrant blue backdrop, Kirsten Dunst, in pink costume, smiles at camera
“Marie Antoinette” (2006)

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30 @ 7:30 p.m.

Marie Antoinette (Columbia, 2006)

The life of the last Queen of France is told–with a very modern interpretation.  Rock music combines with period appropriate classical music and the characters take on a bit of 21st century attitude to go with their 18th century settings, costumes and story.  Kirsten Dunst plays Marie and the film was directed by Sofia Coppola.  The film received both boo’s and a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival when it was first debuted, showing Coppola did something right. Color, 123 minutes.

Harrison Ford seen literally on the run with red letters listing his name and title of film
“The Fugitive” (1993)

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 @ 7:30 p.m.

The Fugitive (Warner Bros, 1993)

Harrison Ford stars as Dr. Richard Kimble, a surgeon accused of murdering his wife and on the run from the law. Tommy Lee Jones is the man with the badge. Based on the TV series of the same name that ran from 1963 to 1967. Color, 130 minutes.


For more information on LC screenings, see this link.

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