The second entry of Rose's Bluebell Beat, featured on the Bluebell Website.

Movie NightEdit

by Rose Hattenbarger

Last week, in an effort to attract more members of the community, the BlueBell Film Society hosted a screening of Rush Hour. Held at the library, over thirty people were in attendance. This was the Film Society’s biggest turnout in their eight-year tenure. Dash DeWitt, the president of the organization, told me exclusively that he was anti-showing Rush Hour but was outvoted 2-1. The BlueBell Film Society has been hosting movie nights every month for the past four years. However, their usual choices are typically more obscure than the Jackie Chan-Chris Tucker blockbuster. Mr. Dewitt promised that this was only a one time occurrence. Starting next month, the club will be back to showing their regular “high art film picks.” The October feature will be Ingmar Bergman’s Persona.

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