‘Happily Ever After’ and then some
November 2, 2005
The Wheeler Film Society has eight films on its November calendar at the Wheeler Opera House, starting with today’s opening of “Happily Ever After.”
A French romantic comedy, “Happily Ever After” was screened last month by Aspen Filmfest.
Filmfest offered this synopsis:
Showing on the heels of the French film will be “Deep Blue,” an oceanographic documentary adapted for the big screen from the seven-hour TV miniseries “The Blue Planet.” It runs Saturday through Monday, Nov. 5-7.
“The Inheritance,” a drama of romance, family and money by Danish director Per Fly, shows Nov. 8-9. “Heights,” a survey of the interlocking lives of a group of New Yorkers over the course of a day, and featuring Glenn Close, George Segal, Isabella Rossellini and Eric Bogosian, will be screened Nov. 11-13.
First-time director Julian Fellowes’ thriller-like drama of deception, “Separate Lies,” starring Tom Wilkinson, Emily Watson and Rupert Everett, is set for Nov. 14-16. “Cote D’Azur,” a lighthearted farce about youthful sexual exploits on the French Riviera, shows Nov. 18-20.
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“The Beautiful Country,” which traces a Vietnamese man’s journey from his native village to a Texas ranch, gets encore screenings Nov. 21 and 23.
The November schedule concludes Nov. 26-30 with the documentary “Grizzly Man,” about Timothy Treadwell’s life and death among Alaska’s brown bears.
All Wheeler Films begin at 7:30 p.m.