Enjoy this timeless classic under the stars at the National Nordic Museum. The film will be screened behind the Museum, in our parking lot. Please bring family and friends, as well as folding chairs or something soft to serve as your seats. A food truck will be onsite for snacking during the film. Screening will begin at sunset, approximately 8:00pm. Come early (seating will open around 7:00pm) and enjoy a trivia game (7:40pm)! If raining, this movie will be held in Osberg Great Hall.
About the Movie:
On his 85th birthday, crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is found dead in his room with his throat slit. Just as authorities are about to dismiss the tragedy as suicide due to the lack of evidence to prove otherwise, Benoit Blanc arrives at the scene to conduct his own investigation. Soon, it is revealed that all of Thrombey's family have a reason to murder the family's patriarch. Now Marta, the dead man's caregiver and most trusted confidante, might be able to identify who the killer is.
About the Series:
Nordics in Hollywood celebrates the contributions of Nordic and Nordic American actors and directors to American cinema. Films that represent different genres and periods are selected and presented free of charge. Please reserve your space in advance.