It’s February and the semester just began. Oh, and it’s also extremely cold outside. Simply put, it’s tough to find fun things to do in this weather.
I have some good news, though.
Utica College is hosting a film festival on February 10th. Here’s more info:
Join us Tuesday, February 10, from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. in Macfarlane Auditorium
for a viewing of The Intouchables (in French with English subtitles, 112
minutes). The Intouchables, a French film directed by Olivier Nakache and Eric
Toledano, is based on a true story, and is about two men ” one a rich
aristocrat, uptight and white; the other poor, exuberant and black ” who become
friends despite their different backgrounds.
The film has also received great ratings. For instance, check out this rating from IMDB:
Why pay a ridiculous amount of money to enjoy a movie at the local theater, when you could attend a movie at Utica College?