August 4, 2014 · 5:30 PM
This location is shown only to members
Key Largo (1948) No Rating. Maxwell Anderson wrote the play that inspired this claustrophobic suspense tale of a WWII vet forced into a confrontation with a ruthless gangster and his gang. It all plays out at a seedy Florida hotel during hurricane season.
Screen on the Green is a favorite Washington, DC summer tradition. Bring a blanket to the National Mall on a warm night and watch a classic film on a gigantic movie screen. Films are shown on Monday nights beginning at dusk, around 8:30-9:00 p.m. People start to claim their spots on the lawn as early as 5 p.m. Movies play except in extreme weather and there are no rain days.
Instructions: A designated person or myself will scope out a spot on the mall around 5:00 pm. A California State Flag will mark our territory so you should not have a hard time finding the group once details of our location is released.
There are plenty of restaurants nearby if you want to grab dinner before hand. You can also bring food and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) to the event. Other things you might want to bring include: blanket(s), bug spray, and sunscreen. Lawn chairs are not permitted (but things like stadium seat chairs are).
To see what other people are saying about Screen on the Green, click on the link below:
DC Outdoor Films Schedule
http://www.dcoutdoorfilms.com/schedule.html (if you see any you like, suggest a meetup!)