Reel on the River features The Separation

Last movie of Reel on the River's fall series is The Intouchables

The next Reel on the River movie series features The Separation from Iran on Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at SilverCity in Mission.

The Separation is about a middle-class family torn between emigrating from Iran to provide a better future for the children, or staying to take care of an elderly family member. This movie won an Academy Award for best foreign language film.

The Intouchables will wrap up the fall series on Nov. 12.

Tickets are $10 each at the door. Reel on the River is a local, not-for-profit organization which brings  Canadian, independent, foreign and documentary films which would not normally be shown locally to the big screen.

For more information regarding these films please visit www.reelontheriver.ca.

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