Join us for fascinating movies and stimulating discussions at home or in McCathran Hall, as the pandemic allows, all without charge.
Stream Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Discussion on Sunday evening, June 5
Stream Three Billboards by renting it for $3.99 on Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, You Tube, or VUDU. Stream (with subscription) on fubo, FXNow, or Direct TV. Then join your neighbors to discuss it on June 5, 7:30 pm on Zoom.
Zoom link for discussion:
Meeting ID: 819 3872 2084
Frances McDormand leads a stellar cast in a dark comedy centering around Mildred, a woman whose daughter was brutally murdered, and who is furious over the local police’s lack of progress in finding the murderer. She paints three nearby billboards with a message to shame the sheriff about the state of the investigation, and violence spirals from there. Billboards’ characters struggle with anger, guilt and revenge, while the movie builds inexorably to a moral reckoning and (potential) redemptive ending. Directed by Martin McDonagh, 2017, U.S., 1 hour, 55 minutes, English.
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is one of those truly rare films that feels both profound and grounded; inspirational without ever manipulatively trying to be so. Very few recent movies have made me laugh and cry in equal measure as much as this one. Very few films recently are this good.
— Brian Tallerico, Editor of RogerEbert.com
Film Society members believe that watching and talking about movies will continue to bring us together and help us get through tough times. We hope you’ll join us this season.
The Washington Grove Film Society thanks our loyal subscribers and everyone who has attended our films. We are grateful for the support of the Town of Washington Grove and the Recreation Committee.