This Valentine’s Day, Film Streams will present a special free screening, sponsored by Borsheims, of Ernst Lubitsch’s TROUBLE IN PARADISE starring Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis, and Herbert Marshall.
The sophisticated screwball comedy of romance and theft will show at Film Streams’ Ruth Sokolof Theater (1340 Mike Fahey St., Omaha) on Friday, February 14 at 7 pm.
To reserve your free tickets, email email@example.com. There is a limit of four passes per person.
Those who reserve advance tickets to TROUBLE IN PARADISE will receive an e-card, redeemable by February 15, which will allow a portion of a Borsheims purchase to be donated to Film Streams.
TROUBLE IN PARADISE follows Lily and Gaston, a team of world-traveling thieves, as they go after their greatest mark yet, the elegant Mademoiselle Colet. The thieves quickly learn that the much-wanted perfume heiress may be their match. The film is considered a prime example of “The Lubitsch Touch,” the director’s famed mix of class, comedy, and eroticism that was shocking in its time.
For more information, questions or requests, please contact Patrick Kinney at (402) 933-0259 x 11 or firstname.lastname@example.org.