Film

Film showing & discussion - Women in Peril

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
Rosemary (Mia Farrow) and her struggling actor husband, Guy (John Cassavettes), move into a new apartment in New York, where they are surrounded by odd neighbors and events. Guy’s career begins to pick up and soon after Rosemary becomes pregnant, which happens to follow a disturbing dream. Confused and fearful, Rosemary begins to suspect that a friendly neighborly couple may have special plans for her unborn baby. Roman Polanski directed this film.
Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.

Film showing: Tapped

The documentary is a behind-the-scenes look into the unregulated and unseen world of the bottled water industry. Also examined is the impact of plastic bottles on the environment and our health.

This program is presented with the Highland Park Natural Resources Commission and the League of Women Voters.

Presenter: 
William Bogot, Natural Resources Commission Chair
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"And They Came To Chicago: The Italian-American Legacy" Film Screening

Writer, producer, and director Gia Marie Amella screens her documentary film "And They Came To Chicago" that traces 150 years of the Italian-American experience in Chicago. The film is narrated by Joe Mantegna. Enjoy an Italian-style lunch following the film, available for $5. Lunch reservations required. Call (847) 432-4110 for a lunch reservation.

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Film Showing and Discussion: "Pride of the Yankees"

Bob Coscarelli, professor emeritus at College of Lake County, will introduce the film. A discussion follows the showing.
Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.
Sponsored by Synergy HomeCare
Starring Gary Cooper, the film tells the story of Lou Gehrig, the Yank's great first baseman, whose career was cut down at its peak by an incurable illness known as ALS.

Presenter: 
Bob Coscarelli
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