DAMSELS IN DISTRESS

Director Whit Stillman
Year 2011
Starring Greta Gerwig, Adam Brody and Analeigh Tipton
Rating PG-13
Run Time 109min
Age Policy

17 and up; Children 5 and up will be allowed only with a parent or guardian. No children under the age of 5 will be allowed.

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This title is part of Film Club's THE LOST WEEKEND.  Click HERE to find out more about Film Club 3.0 or THE LOST WEEKEND festival.

 

Before the movie, catch an exclusive look at a movie made in Winchester called GUYS AND GIRLS CAN'T BE FRIENDS featuring  Ben Solenberger, Stephen Tobolowsky, and the legendary Clint Howard, and directed by Jaymes Camery.

DAMSELS IN DISTRESS is about a group of beautiful young women and their attempts to change the status quo at their male-dominated college campus. Starring the hilarious Greta Gerwig (THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL), who is really and rightfully taking off this year, along with Aubrey Plaza (SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED, PARKS AND RECREATION), Analeigh Tipton (CRAZY STUPID LOVE) and the great Adam Brody (JENNIFER'S BODY), DAMSELS IN DISTRESS is from the singular writer/director Whit Stillman, previously of METROPOLITAN, THE LAST DAYS OF DISCO and BARCELONA. (Meredith Borders)

"It's good to see such a filmmaker with such a genuinely unique sensibility making movies again."--Miles Fielder, THE LIST

"Innocence deserted teen movies ages ago, but it makes a comeback, revived and romanticized, in this joyous anachronism."--Richard Corliss, TIME

"The acting and the music are delightful, the jokes arrive on schedule, and everything sort of glows."--John Anderson, NEWSDAY

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