Come out and enjoy a free movie at the West Vancouver Main Library as part of their Movie Nights at the Library. http://www.westvanlibrary.ca/event/calendar.php?month=JUL
We will be watching Hyde Park on Hudson. This movie has sparked a lot of controversy.
Huffington Post's movie reviewer's two cents opinion: "After viewing the film, it is obvious to me that making money was its sole objective."
"If it had been a big box-office success it would reveal what an appetite we have for sex -- and what disregard we have for historical accuracy. Historical novels, plays and cinema are my favorites. But there has to be some reasonable engagement with real history behind them. This film has none."
The movie begins at 6:30 pm and will shown in Welsh Hall.
UPDATE: Let's meetup in the "waiting area" in the lower floor, by the indoor mini-waterfall. Look for the Meetup sign on a table.
After the movie, if anybody's interested, let's grab a coffee discuss both the movie and its historical value, using sex to sell movies and whether this is an appropriate choice for a public library to show.
(Rob's view: I question whether the public libary has taken up its own agenda that is contrary to good social policy in the series of Monday Night movies. I don't like what I'm seeing.)