Saturday Matinee: Walter Chaw and Chris Gyorgy Talk The Heiress, 1949

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ATTENTION: This program takes place at 11:30am Mountain Standard Time, which converts to:
10:30am Pacific (Los Angeles, CA)
12:30pm Central (Chicago, IL)
1:30pm Eastern (New York, NY)

"World War II had forever changed the role of women in U.S. society, and The Heiress, in the guise of a period drama, carried the theme of women's increasing power in the postwar years. This is just one of several films from the era that were thus both excellent dramas and interesting allegories. " - Richard Gilliam (AllMovie).

Join film critic Walter Chaw and his longtime friend Chris Gyorgy to talk about this film. The Heiress is available on DVD at Denver Public library with your library card. Not a cardholder yet? Grab your ID and get started here.

If you would like to attend this film discussion, please register here for the event and your login and password will be sent to you 30 minutes prior to the start. Film and book recommendations will be emailed after the event concludes.

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