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New Meetup: Martin Scorsese’s favorite movie The Red Shoes

From: Calvin R.
Sent on: Sunday, July 25, 2010 7:27 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Cleveland Independent Movie Goers!

What: Martin Scorsese?s favorite movie The Red Shoes

When: Friday, July 30,[masked]:30 PM

Where: Mint Cafe
1791 Coventry Rd
Cleveland, OH 44106


New 35mm Restoration!
7:30 EATS
If the movie remains at 9:15 then we will meet at Mint Cafe in Coventry
If you don't see us when you walk in, ask to sit with the "Movie Group". The Mint Cafe has great Thai Food if you've never been there before

Please Bring Cash as its always easier with a group

9:15 MOVIE
Meet at the ENTRANCE DOOR 5 minutes ahead of time or look for the group inside the theater or meet us afterward not too far from the ticket office.

Britain, 1948, Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Martin Scorsese?s favorite movie is one of the greatest dance - and color - films ever made. And it has never looked better than it does in this breathtaking new 35mm restoration by the UCLA Film Archive. Red-headed Moira Shearer plays a young ballet dancer torn between an all-consuming commitment to her art (and to taskmaster impresario Anton Walbrook) and her love for a struggling composer (Marius Goring). The film?s celebrated ?Red Shoes? ballet, about a pair of unstoppable dance slippers, is based on a tale by Hans Christian Andersen and mirrors the movie?s Art-vs-Life conflict. The Powell/Pressburger team (Black Narcissus, Stairway to Heaven) was never more flamboyant and florid, and less drably ?British.? 133 min.

The 1948 Trailer

Rotten Tomatoes Review- A 98%

CINEMATHEQUE, Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd.

Parking: They have a free parking lot.

If this is your first movie with the group, there is no fee to attend.

This group has been successful partly because members have a genuine interest in meeting fellow independent movie goers. We don't always know where to look for you, especially first timers.

We have multiple meeting places: 1. Entrance door to the movie in the theater hallway 5-10 minutes before the movie starts, 2. By the Marquee (or entrance door) after the movie, or 3. Reserved table at a restaurant under the name "Movie Group".

We don't always sit together in the movie theater but if you see a bunch of people talking about good movies they have seen, it is probably us. Please join in. We are always happy to get new people involved.

In the world of Independent films, it is recommended that you check back a few days before the event to make sure the movie, restaurant, location or time has not changed.

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