At 6:30 pm on Tuesday, September 14, independent film maker John O’Brien will introduce our screening of his 2003 film, Nosey Parker. This is the third film in O’Brien’s Tunbridge Trilogy, which he describes as “anthropological comedies” about a vanishing small-town Vermont that feature his neighbors. (The first and second in his series were Vermont Is for Lovers and Man with a Plan, respectively.) Nosey Parker follows the relationship between a Connecticut couple newly settled in rural Vermont and one of the native tax assessors. Film & Popcorn are free!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Berkshire Athenaeum.