Veazy III: See Golda Meir movie in Denver
Well, September arrives with much hope and brightness for all of us.
For you movie lovers and you historians, the feature film “Golda” is an excellent motion picture to view while it is still in Denver playing at the Sie Film Center, the only year-round cinematheque in Colorado.
“Golda” is film about Golda Meir and the 1973 War in the Middle East. Also it is about a female world leader in a male-dominated political economy where the moviegoers see her male underlings’ failure at etiquette toward their commander-in-chief, except for a few men.
The daily feature film is 100 minutes and is held over at the Sie Film Center through this Thursday, Sept. 14. For more information, do contact the Sie box office at either 720-381-0813 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a further special treat and education about the motion picture production and Golda Meir, reach out to visit the Golda Meir House Museum in Denver by emailing Lena Fishman, executive director of the Golda Meir House & Education Center at email@example.com.
Ms. Fishman delivers a wonder narrative through her refined qualities and expressions.
Many years ago, Meir’s house was moved from West Denver to the Auraria Campus where the Community College of Denver, Metro State University, and the University of Colorado Denver are located. She did live on the Front Range and became part of Denver’s and Colorado’s history.
Make this special worthwhile trip to Denver to see “Golda” because you will agree with me that it was well worth your effort and your precious time after checking this flick.
Emzy Veazy III