Join us every Monday afternoon at 2:00 pm for a flashback to the best of 40s cinema.
French film critics coined the term film noir to describe the dark (in both lighting and mood) movies popular in American cinema in the 1940s, filled with suspicion, anxiety, and menace. Join us every Monday all summer long as we take a look at some of the classics of the genre, beginning with the one that started it all...
A complete list of titles may be obtained in the library, but here is a clue for the next showing:
A gambler (Glenn Ford) discovers an old flame (Rita Hayworth) in South America, but she's married to his new boss. Based on a story by E. A. Ellington, directed by Charles Vidor. (1946), 110 minutes.
Reservations are not necessary. For further information, call (717) 243-4642 ext 3224. Screenings will be held in our Community Room. Snack and beverage machines are located adjacent to the Community Room for your convenience.