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Plans for Friday night? How about Breakast at Tiffany’s!

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BreakfastatTiffanysGrab your chair, blanket, best friend and head to Pickering Square, 100 Broad Street in Bangor for one of the all time movie classics!

River City Cinema presents Breakfast at Tiffany’s“.
This Friday, July 1, 8:30pm – 10:30pm at Pickering Square, 100 Broad Street, Bangor.

River City Cinema presents their SUMMER OF LOVE movie series; six nights of movies for the perfect date night in Downtown Bangor. It’s their 13th annual free-to-the-public outdoor film series in Pickering Square for 6 Friday nights starting June 24th! Summer of Love is a fun selection of six classic and modern romantic comedies.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is the story of a young woman in World War II-era New York who hobnobs with famous people, gets into a lot of trouble, breaks many hearts along the way, all while struggling to find her place in the world. And it’s one of Truman Capote’s most famous works, due in large part to the film adaptation of it.

The novel was written in 1958, and in 1961 the film version starring Audrey Hepburn was released. It was her portrayal of Holly Golightly that made the film a hit, and Hepburn’s dark glasses and little black dress soon became fashion icons. The film also featured a soundtrack by musician Henry Mancini, and “Moon River,” the song he created for the movie’s theme, won an Oscar and is considered a classic as well.

For more information visit the River City Cinema Facebook page.

Click here for more information as well, thanks to the folks at the BDN.

See you Friday night!



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