|Global Visions Film Series continues with "Let the Right One In"|
The UND department of Anthropology's Global Visions Film series will play "Let the Right One In" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl.
"Let the Right One In" stars a young boy, Oskar, who strikes up an innocent friendship with his mysterious new next-door neighbor. After Oskar realizes that she is the vampire responsible for the recent deaths around town, he must choose between his friendship with the vampire or exposing her to the authorities.
A review from The Times: "It's all too rare to stumble on to something genuinely original. And it's even more unexpected for that film to be a vampire movie...But "Let the Right One In," a deliciously macabre story of a tentative romance between a bullied 12-year-old boy and the strange girl who moves in next door, is pure magic."
The department of Anthropology's popular Global Visions Film Series seeks to bring an array of international films to the Grand Forks community. Two films are presented each month in the Lecture Bowl of the Memorial Union. Attendance is free, but a small donation of $1 is requested.
Upcoming films, all at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl, are:
The Chorus - Tuesday, Oct. 20
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas - Tuesday, Nov. 3
Sangre De Mi Sangre - Tuesday, Nov. 17
Days of Glory - Tuesday, Dec. 1