Film: Tuesday, November 24th, 1 PM @ Seniors in the Park, Give Me Liberty

This Tuesday, November 24th at 1 PM,  there will be a showing of Give Me Liberty @ Seniors in the Park, in the Starin Community Building:

Rated PG

1 hour, 50 minutes (2019)

An Independent film to be thankful for! Vic, a young Russian American, drives a handicapped van in Milwaukee, where he shares an apartment with his grandfather. Already running late on a day when street protests break out, Vic reluctantly agrees to ferry his grandfather and a dozen elderly Russians to a funeral, but they’re upset when he stops first in a Black Milwaukee neighborhood to pick up Tracy, a Black woman with ALS. On the verge of being fired, Vic’s hectic day goes from bad to worse. Filmed entirely in Milwaukee, this film was the winner of the prestigious 2020 John Cassavetes Award/Independent Spirit Award, presented to a creative team of a film budgeted at less than $500,000.

Masks are required and you must register for a seat either by calling, emailing or going online at There will be a limit of 10 people for the  time slot. No walk-ins.

One can find more information about Give Me Liberty at the Internet Movie Database.


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