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Maine in the Movies: A Stolen Life (1946)

March 11, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A Stolen Life

ACAF and Nordica Theatre are pleased to present a screening of the 1946 film A Stolen Life, starring and produced by Bette Davis, as part of the Maine Film Center’s Maine in the Movies film series in celebration of Maine’s Bicentennial. Mark Griffin, author and film historian, will present a 15-minute intro to the film. “Reserved Kate Bosworth (Bette Davis) returns home to work on her painting, and meets and falls in love with young engineer Bill Emerson (Glenn Ford), who is working at the lighthouse for the summer. When Bill meets Kate’s twin, Pat, he mistakes her for Kate and is confused by and drawn to her charged sensuality. Heartbroken when Bill marries Pat, Kate buries herself in her work and the coaching of angry artist Karnock (Dane Clark), until an improbable situation arises involving Bill.” (from MFC website)

Admission free, but donations to ACAF and Meetinghouse Arts will be greatly appreciated.

Message from Nordica to patrons concerned about COVID19

All Maine in the Movies festival events are listed on the official Maine Bicentennial events calendar at maine200.org, as well as on the festival website, mainemovies200.com.

A Stolen Life is Presented By
Nordica Theatre   Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport   Maine Film Center Maine 200


March 11, 2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Nordica Theatre
1 Freeport Village Station, Suite 130, South St
Freeport, ME 04032 United States
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