Foreign and Independent Film Series
February’s film is the French award winning film The Day I Saw Your Heart. It will be screened on Wednesday, February 4, 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 7, 2:00 p.m. This heartwarming film tells the story of Eli, who at almost 60, is expecting a baby with his new wife. Upon hearing this news, his two grown daughters, Dom, who’s trying to adopt, and Justine, who flits from one boyfriend to another, are shocked. To get closer to Justine, Eli has the bright idea of making friends with all her exes, without her knowledge. But when Justine falls in love again, and Eli is about to ruin everything, this family may be on the verge of falling apart. The film is in French with subtitles and does contain adult situations.
The featured short is Don’t Tell Santa You’re Jewish.
Films will be shown each month on the first Wednesday and the following Saturday. The series, which runs September through May, is free and open to the public. Be forewarned, some films may contain strong language or adult situations. They are not rated by MPAA but in our brochures we have tried to indicate content. Brochures are available at the library.