Ways to Live Forever — film screening

When:
February 4, 2014 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
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Where:
The Woman’s Club of Minneapolis
410 Oak Grove Street
Minneapolis, MN 55403
USA
Cost:
$10 online or $15 at the door

World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation, Minnesota Oncology, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society present:

Ways To Live Forever

Join us in recognition of World Cancer Day on Tuesday, Feb. 4 for a night at the movies with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! Popcorn in plenty, t-shirts, and swag for sale at the door, cash bar open to adults, movie introduction by Dr. Steven Rousey from MN Oncology, and all ticket proceeds going towards groundbreaking research and patient assistance — what better way to spend a Tuesday night?

Cash bar opens at 6 p.m. The film begins immediately after Dr. Rousey’s intro at 7 p.m.

$10 tickets online, $15 tickets at the door (Please invite friends & family!)

TO PURCHASE: Simply click “Donate” here — $10 per ticket you would like to reserve. When prompted on the “Thank You” page, please print out your receipt if you desire.  We will also have a list at the door of all purchases made, so no worries if printing is not possible.

Run Time: 95 min.

Rating: PG-13

Synopsis:   Like most inquisitive boys, 12-year old Sam wants to know about UFOs, horror movies, ghosts, and girls. Sam also has leukemia, and although the adults in his life don’t want him to dwell on it, Sam wants to know everything about his disease and death, a possibility he might face. Together with his best friend, Felix, he embarks on a “scientific investigation” with questions, observations, evidence, reflections, and lists of all the things he wants to do someday — like breaking a world record, flying in a blimp, kissing a girl for the first time, and experiencing what it’s like to be a teenager. In this poignant yet ultimately uplifting tale, Sam and his family face the immensity of an uncertain future with love, humor, and a touch of the unexpected.