June Free Movie: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

The Perfect 1939 Message for 2018!

Occupy Natick presents the political comedy-drama, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, a classic Frank Capra film starring James Stewart as Mr. Smith. The very statements that this movie makes about greed and corruption still exist today, after 79 years.

What: Free Movie: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
When: Monday, June 18th, 7-9:30 p,m.
Where: Sherrill Hall, 39 East Central Street in Natick (far rear corner of the Town Hall parking lot)
What Else: Ample free parking. Light Refreshments. Wheelchair-accessible.

This event is the final installment of the season and part of the ongoing free monthly film and discussion series hosted by local members of Occupy Natick.

Stewart’s character represents the powerful forces of American freedom, democracy and morality over oppression and evil in his emotional portrait of a naive, idealist, patriotic young politician who, after being sent to Washington (a symbol of liberty and democracy) as a junior senator from an un-named state, matures in wisdom, fights political corruption within his state’s political machine, and guards American values as a moral hero.

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