American Ca$ino begins with special screening tonight @ The SENATOR Theatre

Join us Thursday, November 12th at 7:30pm
for a premiere screening to benefit:

The Community Law Center

~ Official Selection ~
Tribeca Film Festival

When you are in Wall Street’s casino,
you play by their rules.

A Leslie Cockburn Film

American Ca$ino

“You’ll never hear an economist explain
derivatives again without thinking of
the woman who walks away from
the camera, weeping, or children’s dolls
splayed out on the floors of
empty homes.”
David Edelstein – The New Yorker

“The lesson of this story: if enough money
is involved, greed trumps morality.”
Stephen Holden – New York Times

This compelling documentary, filmed in Baltimore,
examines how the Wall Street meltdown has
affected the working class.

Admission is $10
(cash only)

Click here for the official movie website

Click here for a New York Times movie review

A panel discussion follows the
feature presentation, with panelists

Robert J. Strupp
Director of Research and Policy
Community Law Center

Anne Balcer Norton, Esq.
Director, Foreclosure Prevention
St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center

Elizabeth Jacobson
former Wells Fargo top producer
of subprime mortgage loans

You must be 21 years of age or older
to purchase alcoholic beverages.
The Senator seats 900 and ample tickets
will be available at showtime.

“American Ca$ino” begins its regular run at The Senator
on Friday, November 13th, for one week only!

Regular Showtimes:

Friday, November 13th & Saturday, November 14th
6 pm, 7:45 pm, 9:30 pm

Sunday, November 15th
2:30 pm, 4:15 pm

Monday, November 16th
6 pm, 7:45 pm

Tuesday, November 17th
6 pm only

Wednesday, November 18th & Thursday, November 19th
6 pm, 7:45 pm

Friday, November 20th
6 pm, 7:45 pm


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