Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018, 1:30 pm
575 Osgood Street
North Andover, MA
In 1941/1942, World War II was raging across the globe and the Warner Brothers Studio was filming a movie titled Casablanca. Seventy-five years later both the war and the movie are part of our history and identity. The war is certainly an easy event to remember, but why is the movie? This three-week course will examine the making of the movie and its effect on American popular culture. Why is it still one of the most viewed and respected movies of all time? We will attempt to discover 4 answers to these questions as we view the film and enter the world of the characters that inhabit Rick’s Café Américain in French Morocco. After all, sooner or later, Everybody Comes to Rick’s. I hope you are one of them. Advance sign up is NOT required.
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