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Being Ginger: Capitol Theatre / Sweet Moses

This lightweight documentary, showing in Cleveland this one night only,  promises to give us food for thought.. and discussion.

"While the film's title highlights red hair, it is about much, much more. Everyone should watch this film and reflect on what makes them 'ginger' in their own life."

BEING GINGER is a wonderful, illuminating look into the life of the film's maker, Scott P. Harris. At first the film seems to be a comedy about a red haired man trying to find love. But through revealing moments, whimsical animation, and real interviews, a universal story arises. We are all different. We all have aspects of our lives that set us apart from the crowd and greatly affect us. In Scott's case, it's his red hair. Through captivating storytelling, we journey with Scott as he lets the viewer into his thoughts, experiences, and internal processing of how his red hair has influence over his life and how it makes him feel about himself.

"The beauty of this 68 min. documentary is that it wasn't meant to be about bullying - but in a kind, honest, unjudgmental way, it teaches reams about it."

6:00 EATS  Meet at Gypsy Beans and Baking Co., southeast corner of W. 65th & Detroit, if you'd like to grab a bite before the movie.

7:00 MOVIE  We can gather briefly to the right of the concession stand before going into the theater.  If your rsvp is before 5:00 p.m., I am more likely to know to look for you.  :-)

8:15 DESSERT/DISCUSSION  Sweet Moses, 6800 Detroit Ave., is just around the corner from the Capitol.  If you enjoy homemade ice cream, fountain specialties, etc. you are in for a real treat!  (Hey, what better way to beat the mid-week hump?!)  menu

If you miss us beforehand, we'll wait a few minutes near the exit doors after the movie, before walking to Sweet Moses.  


Visit the First Time Moviegoers page .


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  • Lynda

    I am so glad that Cleveland was one of the chosen locations to screen this film, and that I got to see it. It's one of those rare ones with very laughable as well as very poignant moments, that leave you with deep thoughts about something that never occurred to you before.
    Check out my message on the Discussion Board (link above); and if you get the chance, SEE IT!

    July 17, 2014

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