Flick of the Week: HAMILTON (7/5)
Discussion on Sunday, July 5 at 2:00 pm
Please note, signing up for the Flick of the Week discussion does not grant access to the film.
2020 · 160 min · PG-13 · CC
Registration gives you access ONLY to the film discussion on Sunday, July 5 at 2:00 pm. This film is releasing Friday, July 3 only on Disney Plus, you will need access to Disney Plus ($6.99/month) to view the film. The discussion will include both the film and the stage play, so you can participate having seen the film, seen the musical, or just listened to the music. You can listen to the music for free via Spotify below.
Hamilton is the story of the unlikely Founding Father determined to make his mark on the new nation as hungry and ambitious as he is. From orphan to Washington’s right-hand man, rebel to war hero, a loving husband caught in the country’s first sex scandal, to the Treasury head who made an untrusting world believe in the American economy. George Washington, Eliza Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson and Hamilton’s lifelong friend/foil Aaron Burr all make their mark in this astonishing new musical exploration of a political mastermind.
Here’s how it works:
- Click here to register for the Flick of the Week (FREE). Please note, signing up for the Flick of the Week discussion does not grant access to the film. Registration gives you access to the film discussion. The film will need to be watched in one of the above listed locations before the film discussion.
- Watch the film when it’s convenient for you. You will receive an email with a link to where you can watch online (may require a subscription or rental fee, depending on platform).
- Join the Zoom film discussion where you can ask questions and share your opinions. The call will take place on Sunday, June 28 at 2:00 pm.
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