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**We will be hosting our first ever ¡Practicar Downtown! FIELD TRIP to view this movie!**
(See below for details)
The Flicks Theatre in Downtown Boise will be screening the film “Neruda, ” beginning on February 24th and running through March 9th.
Released in Chile in August of 2016, and the United States months later, this biographical drama reenacts the life of famed poet and esteemed politician, Pablo Neruda, and his confrontation with the emerging Chilean dictatorship. More broadly, the film analyzes the ongoing plight between politics and creative freedom. As written by the New York Times, “For anyone who believes that poetry and democracy spring from the same source and provoke the same enemies, this movie provides both encouragement and warning” (read the full article here).
Visit http://www.theflicksboise.com/ for more details and to view showtimes.
Important “field trip” information:
We will be seeing the film on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th at 7:05pm
-No RSVP necessary, but please plan to arrive at The Flicks around 6:45pm and meet in the lobby if you would like to sit together as a group!
-The Flicks always start their films on time and only shows 6 minutes of movie trailers before the film starts.
-Food and beverages (including beer, wine and espresso) are available for purchase through Rick’s Cafe
**Hope to see you all there! Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!**