By Cameron Rasmusson
Directed with the visual extravagance one expects from visionary director Guillermo del Toro, “The Shape of Water” explores a romance between two individuals rejected by conventional 1960s society. One is a mute cleaner who works in a top-secret government laboratory. The other is a humanoid amphibian creature held captive within the laboratory. The visually lush film earned critical acclaim for both its tender heart and its inventive dark fantasy world.
SFN Movie Night takes place 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, at the Little Panida Theater. It is free to attend, but a suggested $5 donation is recommended to help cover the cost of the theater rental. Beer and wine is offered for sale by the Panida Theater. The screening is a private event, but it’s simple and free to join SFN: Simply go to www.sandpointfilmmakers.net/join or sign up at the screening.
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