What We're Watching with John Anzalone


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Get a fresh perspective on this often-overlooked classic with film professor John Anzalone. The Train (1964), directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Burt Lancaster, is loosely based on the true story of French resistance fighters trying to stop the Nazis from stealing a trainload of priceless art pieces during World War II. 

Request a copy of The Train for pre-discussion viewing from the library. What We're Watching recommendations from participants will also be shared after the discussion.

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