The Rehoboth Beach Film Society’s Cinema Art Theater has announced that its current screenings include “Good Night Oppy”, “Decision to Leave”, “The Return of Tanya Tucker” and “The Good House”.
“The Good House” is a comedy-drama about two people, one of whom is haunted by demons from the past, rekindling a romance. Hildy Good (Sigourney Weaver), a wry New England real estate agent and descendant of the Salem witches, loves her wine and her secrets. Her compartmentalized life begins to unravel as she rekindles a romance with her old high school flame, Frank Getchell (Kevin Kline), and becomes dangerously embroiled in one person’s reckless behavior. Igniting long-buried emotions and family secrets, Hildy is propelled toward a settling of scores with the one person she’s been avoiding for decades: herself.
“The Return of Tanya Tucker” is a documentary that explores the life and career of a country music legend. The moving story follows all the twists and turns of the artist on the road to redemption. Tucker, a pioneering and hellish singer, defied the standards of a woman’s behavior. Decades after fading from the limelight, music star Brandi Carlile takes it upon herself to write an album for Tucker, sparking a big comeback in country music history.
“Decision to Leave” is a moving romantic mystery about a seasoned investigator who becomes obsessed with a murder suspect. Director Park Chan-wook takes audiences to the top of a mountain in South Korea, where a man collapses and dies. Did he jump or was he pushed? When Detective Hae-joon arrives on the scene, he begins to suspect the deceased’s wife, Seo-rae. But as he delves deeper into the investigation, he finds himself trapped in a web of deception and desire.
“Good Night Oppy” documents the mission to explore the surface of Mars with remote-controlled unmanned robots. The film follows Opportunity, the Mars exploration rover affectionately nicknamed Oppy by its creators and NASA scientists, and the twin rover called Spirit. Oppy was originally supposed to run for just 90 days, but eventually explored Mars for almost 15 years. The film also tells the story of the remarkable bond forged between a robot and the humans linked to it millions of miles away.
For screening times and to purchase tickets, visit rehobothfilm.com. Admission is $9 for members and $11.50 for the general public.