Sunday, December 3
5:30 to 8:30pm
THE LADY is the story of 1991 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Aung San Suu Kyi and her husband, Michael Aris, and how an extraordinary couple sacrificed their happiness at great personal cost for a higher cause. This 2011 movie is the story of the peaceful quest of the woman who became the core of Burma’s democracy movement. This is also a story of devotion and human understanding set against a background of political turmoil, which continues today.
When: Sunday, December 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Special Venue: Diana Bander’s lovely apartment, Apt 404, Top Floor, 167 Main St, Brattleboro
Directions: Enter through the side entrance in the alley between Candle in the Night and Penelope Wurr. Take the elevator or stairs to the 4th floor. Go through the doors that say “To 4th Floor Offices.” Diana’s apartment is at the end of the hall. (Note: This is the Paramount Building; not to be confused with Hooker Dunham.)
Movie Night venue (but not for Lady):
Marlboro College Graduate Center, Room 2-C, 2nd floor
(next to the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center)
28 Vernon Street, Brattleboro
COST: Free. Donations towards our expenses are appreciated.
People of a Feather, February 2017
Journey from Zanskar, January 2017
With One Voice, December 2016
Planetary, February 2016
Blindsight, January 2016
Monk with a Camera, December 2015
Groundhog Day, March 2015
The Way: A story about a pilgrimage on El Camino de Santiago, February 2014
Crazy Wisdom: A film about the life and times of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, January 2014
My Life as a Turkey, November 2013
Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time, February 2013
Among White Clouds, January 2013
The Dhamma Brothers, December 2012