Perfect movie day!

Today is the final day of the Detroit Film Theatre’s (DFT) Autumn programming schedule. Given the cold, drab weather outside, it’s the perfect day for some culture in the form of a film.

Director Ingmar Bergman’s-The Magic Flute is being shown at 4 and 7 today. A 1975 adaptation of Mozart’s opera, the DFT describes the movie as, “A simple, eloquent story – about a devoted young man determined to rescue the woman he loves …” Right up my alley.

Tickets are just $5.00 for DIA members, students and senior citizens, or $7.50 for non-members. Tickets may be purchased at the theatre box office, which opens an hour before showtime. Parking is available on John R, directly across from the entrance to the DFT. If you have time, get there early and take a walk through the new DIA before the show.

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