Fall Film Series: "Babette's Feast"Mabee Theater, Sedgwick Hall
Thursday, September 19, 2013 @ 7 p.m.
In recognition of the University’s Ignatian Heritage Week, September 9-13, the Rockhurst Film Series will present three films that artistically express many of the themes that will be part of the celebration. A Rockhurst faculty member will introduce each film and lead a post-screening discussion. Admission is $3 per film or $7 for the series.
The final film in the series is Babette’s Feast. Two minister’s daughters decide to remain in their small Danish village where religion is the center of their lives. Then, they take in a Parisian refugee who teaches them some very special things about the world. Based on a book by Isak Dineson. The film is an Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Film. Stars Stephane Audran and Bibi Andersson; directed by Gabriel Axel. It is in Danish with English subtitles. The introduction is by Rob Vigliotti, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy.
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