In response to many requests over the years for more art, foreign, classic or documentary films at the Woodstock Theatre, we are showing special screenings on the second Monday of every month. Join us at the Woodstock Theatre for the Second Monday Film Club presentation of The Carrion Vine shown on Monday, March 13 at 1:00 & 7:00 PM. General Admission. (Back by popular demand.)
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The Carrion Vine:
The documentary is based on the book, “The Carrion Vine,” authored by Erane Elizabeth Scully, a 90 year old resident of Woodstock. It’s an incredible real life story about the author at 14 years old, and her mother, returning to their home in Switzerland after vacationing in western Poland. The day they are on the train to Warsaw, Hitler invades Poland and bombs out the train station. They flee on foot trying to escape the German army, only to be captured by the Russians and shopped to a Siberian labor camp. The story is filled with one unbelievable event after another.