BY CORRIE BROWN
Sylvan Lake Film Society is screening the second film of the season Monday (Oct. 28) at 7:10 p.m. at Landmark Cinema.
Much Ado About Nothing, a Joss Whedon, modern-day remake of a Shakespearean classic, follows two pairs of lovers on very different paths. Benedick and Beatrice find themselves engaged in a very “merry war”, each happily proclaiming their disdain of love. In contrast, Claudio and Hero are rendered nearly speechless by their love for each other. It’s not all love and paradise, however, as the evil Don John attempts to destroy Hero and Claudio’s impending nuptials. With an all-star cast of Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, and more, this black-and-white flick is sure to be a hit!
Sylvan Lake Municipal Library and Landmark Cinemas collaborate with Sylvan Lake Film Society to bring the best in independent films; films that don’t normally make it to the big theatres. Sylvan Lake Film Society is a not-for-profit organization, run by dedicated volunteers with big hearts, and a love of movies. Movies are shown the last Monday of every month.
Tickets ($8 each, $32 for season pass) are available at the library, or can purchased at the theatre.