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Movie: The Forgotten Woman / Dinner: Cafe Viva Natural Pizza

On Sunday, Aug 10th let's head to the DocuWeek Theatrical Documentary Showcase playing at the Village East Cinema (189 Second Ave @ E. 12st St) to see the 4pm screening of "The Forgotten Woman".

After the movie, we'll head to Cafe Viva Natural Pizza‎ (179 2nd Ave bt E. 12th / E. 13th) to pick up pizza and bring it to nearby Stuyvescent Square Park so we can discuss the film.

Please be prepared to:

* Update your RSVP at least 24 hrs in advance (day-of "Maybe"s will be considered "No"s)
* Arrive by 3:30pm and look for familiar faces
* Pay for your food/drink

Optional, yet *highly recommended*:

* Buy your ticket in advance from the Village East (Fandango) to save time and guarantee yourself a seat. We're heading to the 4pm screening on Sunday, Aug. 10th.

About the film:
Following the international success of her Oscar-nominated film Water, Deepa Mehta received thousands of letters from audience members wanting to know more about the state of widows in India today. The Forgotten Woman brings the understanding of the destitution and marginalization of millions of widows who are forced by age-old traditions to live out their remaining years isolated and shunned by society, and that in the 21st century, there are still issues surrounding women’s search for economic independence in order to attain a modicum of self-sufficiency and basic human dignity.

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    The movie was thought provoking and provided a glimpse into a world I knew nothing about. The food was very good as well.

    August 10, 2008

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