The Terrace Theater welcomes two highly anticipated movies on Oct. 2, Bright Star and Capitalism: A Love Story.
Director Jane Campion’s film Bright Star portrays a three year romance between poet John Keats, played by Ben Whishaw, and his lover Fanny Brawne, played by Abbie Cornish, before Keats untimely death at 25 years old. The New Zealand native Campion was nominated for the 2009 Golden Palm award for the film, and won a screenplay Oscar in 1994 for The Piano. (Both Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin took home acting awards for The Piano as well.)
Muckraking filmmaker Michael Moore is at it again, this time with Capitalism, a humorous commentary on the economic crisis in America — and the fat cats on Wall Street, behind it all. “It’s got it all — lust, passion, romance and 14,000 jobs being eliminated everyday,” Moore said. “I made this movie as if it was going to be the last movie I was allowed to make.” For more information visit terracetheater.org or call (843) 762-9494.