Above: Promotional graphic for "Where Danger Lives."
The free monthly film series sponsored by Scripps Ranch Friends of the Library continues with the screening of another classic film in the new miniseries, "Where Danger Lives: Shades of Noir,” on Wednesday, August 15, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
Although we’re not permitted to name the film, modern critics have called it a “masterpiece” and “the weirdest great movie ever made.” Ralph DeLauro, co-founder of Cinema Under The Stars and founder of the Central Library’s film series, a virtual fount of film knowledge, ever animated and entertaining, introduces each film with interesting facts and “juicy gossip,” just enough to set the stage.
Following the screening, he moderates a discussion with the audience focusing on the techniques used by the filmmaker to tell his story. Mr. DeLauro, who has also taught film appreciation classes through the SDSU extension and the OASIS program, says, “We would like the filmgoers to appreciate what lies behind the surface story—the construction of the film and how it was put together for emotional impact.”
For more information, visit srfol.org or call (858) 538-8158. This film series is intended for adults and teens. We hope to see you at the movies!