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Snow Falling on Cedars


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Oct 22, 2021 @ 6:30 PM

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The Panida Theater

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30 minutes before show


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The Panida Theater and the Bonner County Human Rights task force are pleased to offer an outstanding free movie Snow Falling on Cedars on October 22nd at 6:30pm.  Jim Mitsui will speak for ten minutes before the film about his experience as a child in an internment camp.

Snow Falling on Cedars is an ethereal, hauntingly beautiful film that combines elements of suspense, murder, romance, and gripping drama with the history of our Northwest. Based on David Guterson’s bestselling Faulkner Award work of fiction, the spellbinding story is set in a historically accurate background that highlights the fear and prejudice against Japanese Americans in the Puget Sound during WWII. Issues raised in this movie echo down through the decades to us today.  

Following the movie, Bonner County Human Rights Board members Todd Crossett, and Lynn Bridges along with Todd's daughter, Sam, will lead a group discussion on important issues raised.

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