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Sunday, Jun 3, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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West Mall 7 Theatres
2101 W 41st Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57105 United States


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Thank you to all who contributed toward a sold out screening. Due to demand, we are expanding seating and tickets purchased above will be marked “Theater B.” Print out your ticket, and you will be directed into the correct theater after checking in at the Cinema Falls table outside the theater.

RBG – (dir. Betsy West, Julie Cohen)
West Mall 7 Theatres – Doors Open 6:00pm – Film Begins 6:30pm
TRT: 96 min
Rating: PG (for some thematic elements and language)
Genre: Documentary

Film Summary: At the age of 84, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a breathtaking legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But without a definitive Ginsburg biography, the unique personal journey of this diminutive, quiet warrior’s rise to the nation’s highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans – until now. RBG is a revelatory documentary exploring Ginsburg ‘s exceptional life and career from Betsy West and Julie Cohen, and co-produced by Storyville Films and CNN Films.

What the critics are saying:

A chronology of Ginsberg’s subsequent victories shows how patiently and shrewdly she worked to establish the existence and pernicious effects of sex discrimination​​

– J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader

It’s the insights into [Ginsburg’s] personal life that feel the most vital, moving “RBG” beyond the kind of information you could read on a Wikipedia page (as ably and entertainingly rendered as they may be on the big screen).

– Kate Erbland, indieWire

RBG is a documentary for the Me Too era.

– Danielle Solzman, Cultured Vultures

Regardless of your political ideology, you’ll come away with a newfound respect for the tireless pioneer of gender equality.

– J.R. Kinnard, Nonfics