Movies That Move You

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Movies That Move You

Time: July 21, 2010 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Street: 258 A Street UPSTAIRS
City/Town: Ashland
Event Type: watch, and, discuss, film
Organized By: Marla Estes
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2010

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Video & Discussion Series: "Movies That Move You" facilitated by Marla
Estes, MA
Location: RVML - 258 A St, Ashland *UPSTAIRS, Suite 7*
*Wednesday, July 21st*, 2010
Time: *6:30 PM - 9:30 PM *

Free Admission, Donations Welcome!

Guest facilitator, Alexis McKenna, has a Ph.D. in Communications. Her special areas of interest are symbol systems, metaphors, stories and myths.

Tonight's film (U.S., 1996) is about a humble mechanic in a rural California town. On his 37th birthday, he celebrates at a pub with friends. When he steps outside, he observes a bright light in the sky that knocks him briefly unconscious. When he awakens, he has incredible intellectual powers. What has helped him tap into his potential? Through this film, we can explore the mysteries of human possibilities.


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