When: April 28, 2015
From: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Location: Osteria d’Assisi, 58 South Federal Place in Santa Fe
Cost: $35 includes dinner (provided by Osteria) and film: Baarìa; $15 film only
Happy Hour/Cash Bar: 5:00 p.m. Dinner served: 5:30 p.m. Movie Begins: 6:30 p.m. (Film is 160 minutes.) Post-screening discussion led by CIR board member, Rob Reider
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED – The deadline for this event is past.
Discussion to follow the movie, facilitated by CIR Board Member, Rob Reider.
The film recounts life in the Sicilian town of Bagheria (known as Baarìa in Sicilian), from the 1930s to the 1980s, through the eyes of lovers Peppino (Francesco Scianna) and Mannina (Margareth Madè). A Sicilian family depicted across three generations: from Cicco to his son Peppino to his grandson Pietro… Touching lightly upon the private lives of these characters and their families, the film evokes the loves, dreams and disappointments of an entire community in the province of Palermo over five decades: during the Facist period, Cicco is a humble shepherd who, however, finds time to pursue his passion: books, epic poems, the great popular romance novels. In the days when people go hungry and during World War II, his son Peppino witnesses injustice by mafiosi and landowners, and becomes a communist. After the war, he encounters the woman of his life. Her family opposes the relationship because of his political ideas, but the two insist and get married, and have children.
Space is limited, a confirmed reservation will be required to attend. Please reserve by Friday, April 24. Dinner provided by Osteria D’Assisi.