O Brother, Where Art Thou?
2017 Flicks Series: Moonlit Movie Mondays
Due to the weather forecast, we will be moving the Moonlit Movie Monday screening of O' Brother Where Art Thou to Tuesday, July 18th.
Doors will open at 7:30PM with a performance by our PLAY: Music participants and the movie will start at 8:30PM on the Terrace Stage.
Run Time: 1 hour, 47 min
Synopsis: Loosely based on Homer’s epic poem, Odyssey. Ulysses Everett McGill, sick of breaking rocks in the heat of a Mississippi summer, escapes with his two dim accomplices, Delmar and Pete. Trying to reclaim a buried treasure before it’s lost forever underneath a lake, the three make their way to Everett's homestead. Along the way, they meet a contriving one-eyed Bible salesman, a blind prophet, a trio of sexy sirens, and a man who sold his soul to the devil. In their race to reach the treasure before it's flooded, they end up crashing a Ku Klux Klan lynch mob, help a sensitive Baby Face Nelson rob three banks in two hours, and even have enough time to put out a best-selling record as The Soggy Bottom Boys. - Written by Molly
Flicks at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts provide affordable programming through the artistic lens of film. By presenting an array of films from varying decades and genres, from cult classics to modern films, we offer an invitation to all ages and abilities to dive into the fun and entertainment!
Funding for Education, Outreach and Museum programming for individuals and families is provided by generous individuals, foundations and agencies including: Annelise Gerry and Family, Robyn Gerry, Joan Kaplan, The Rhulen Loughlin Family—In Memory of Trevor John Loughlin, James and Kelly Schmitt, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Montreign
Resort Casino, and The Museum Association of New York. With additional support from The American Gift Fund, The John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation and IBM. Transportation and scholarships made possiblin part by First Niagara Foundation, TD Charitable Foundation and TheWilliams Endowed Education Fund at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
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