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Free: "An Inconvenient Truth" 96-minutes (including Al Gore)

Film Name:  An Inconvenient Truth 
Film Date:    December 26, 2006 
Running Time: 96 minutes

"An Inconvenient Truth" is a 2006 documentary film directed by Davis Guggenheim about former United States Vice President Al Gore's campaign to educate citizens about global warming by means of a comprehensive slide show that, by his own estimate made in the film, he has given more than a thousand times.

Unable to attend either Boston showing?   
Then merely WATCH the 97 minute movie ONLINE

On the first Wednesday at 5:00 pm (following the fourth Thursday at 6:00 pm), the Mission Hill Health Movement isshowing 90-minute color health-related vegan-friendly movies.

The location for the first Wednesday event is:

Wednesday, July 3 at 5:00 pm in the Flynn Kitchen(Flynn Building) 
at Roxbury Tenants at Harvard 
805 Huntington Avenue, Mission Hill (across from the MEEI tall Red Brick building), Boston, MA 02115. 
Shown on a large screen television.

Starting time is 5:00 pm (for food, networking, fund, socializing) 
(please do NOT show up AFTER the film starts!).

Free "healthy snacks"

The location for the fourth Thursday event is:

Thursday, July 18 at 6:00 pm for socializing and film at the  
Mission Hill Health Movement (MHHM) office  
1534 Tremont Street, Mission Hill (across from the Catholic Church)  
Boston, MA 02115 
Projected from a computer through a projector.

Starting time is 6:00 pm (for food, networking, fund, socializing) 
(please do NOT show up AFTER the film starts!).

Please join us once or twice (for both showings;

let us know if you'd like to arrange an additional showing)



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  • Maynard S. C.

    The 96-minute movie was very good. However, four persons showed up significantly late (over 45 minutes for each person) and wanted to greet everyone, disrupting the rest of the group who wanted to watch the movie.

    Latecomers SHOULD enter rooms QUIETLY and not disturb in-process events.

    The actual START TIME (5:00 pm, not 6:00 pm) had been clearly posted on all the meetups.

    July 3, 2013

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