Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Trouble the Water playing in Portland

Recently short-listed for the Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary,
Trouble the Water opens Wednesday at The Movies on Exchange at 10 Exchange
Street in Portland.

Directed and produced by Fahrenheit 9/11 producers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal,
and executive produced by Danny Glover, the film won the Grand Jury Prize at
the Sundance Film Festival. The directors will be present for a Q & A after
the 5 and 9 p.m. screenings on Friday, November 28th.

Here's what critics are saying:

"...one of the best American documentaries in recent memory."-- Manohla
Dargis, The New York Times

"...an endlessly moving, artlessly magnificent tribute to people the
government didn't think worth saving." --Richard Corliss, TIME

"...essential, unique viewing: a stunning experience." --Lisa Schwarzbaum,
Entertainment Weekly

"Indelible! Will pin you to your seat!" - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

It is an uplifting story about one family's survival of the flooding of New
Orleans after Katrina, and their journey into a new life. A true story about
navigating through difficult times, Trouble the Water takes on particular
meaning and significance as we enter into this holiday season.

Log on to watch the theatrical trailer
and then make a plan to see the film.

Please buy your tickets for the November 26th opening today!

The Movies on Exchange

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

P.S: Please forward this email to your contact list. And consider bringing
members of your local faith based organization, school or community group to
a screening. Call the theater to arrange for group discounts: (207)

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