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1922

Thursday, October 15 at 7pm

1922 IS BEING SHOWN AS PART OF THE SMITH FILM CLUB- JOIN HERE

About 1922

Nebraska, 1922. Wilfred and Arlette James and their teenage son Henry move to a farm after Arlette inherits it from her father. After a while Arlette decides to sell it and move to the city, as the farming life is not for her. However, Wilfred is determined to stay, and will kill to ensure that this is the outcome. After convincing his teenage son to assist, Wilfred realizes their actions have unintended consequences.

1922 is based on Stephen King’s 2010 novella of the same name and stars Thomas Jane, Neal McDonough, and Molly Parker.

A farmer stands in a corn field gripping a bloody human heart

EXPERIENCE THE VIRTUAL SCREENING

Join our TeleParty (previously known as Netflix Party) screening here!

Take part in our post-film Zoom discussion, beginning at approx. 8:45pm.

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THE SMITH FILM CLUB- JOIN HERE

The Smith Film Club is a free, virtual club dedicated to watching and discussing movies available on Netflix.

By joining the Smith Film Club you will receive weekly email reminders including links to both the TeleParty (previously known as Netflix Party) screening and post-film Zoom discussion.

Club members can choose to watch the movie as a group using TeleParty (previously known as Netflix Party), or they can watch the movie on their own time. Post-film discussions will be scheduled and held through virtual Zoom calls.

Find out more about the film club here, or email us at boxoffice@thesmith.org

Rating:R
Runtime:1h 41m
1922 poster. A man stands with his wife dressed in 1920's clothing