Mike Glasser ’16 writes in with the following wizardly announcement:
Swish and flick! Are you a master of the dark arts? Do bubbling potions excite you? Do you spend hours looking over ancient runes? If so, come to Alpha Delt at 2 on Sunday to celebrate the wonders of the wizarding world. There may even be a sorting hat…
Where: Alpha Delta Phi Living Room
When: Sunday, 2/2, 2-5pm
Cost: 50 Galleons (conversion rate = 0 dollars)
1939. France. Dir: Jean Renoir. With Nora Gregor, Marcel Dalio. 110 min.
When bourgeois Parisians converge on a country estate for a weekend retreat, a nobleman’s petty scheme to lose his mistress becomes twisted up among various jealousies, affairs, and murder. Renoir’s dark, meticulously shot satire of the hypocrisies and disregard of French high society has long been placed among the greatest films of all time.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.