Last night, Fee and I went to the Robinson Film Center to see a screening of Divorce, Italian Style, the 1961 Oscar-winning satire about an Italian nobleman who decides to murder his wife in order to marry...his cousin. This is one of the films in the Italian Film Festival--others include The Bicycle Thief, Bread and Tulips, The Golden Door, Cinema Paradiso, and My Brother Is an Only Child. The festival includes lectures and panel discussions about local Italian immigrants and the history of Italian cinema.
There is a Bistro that serves delicious (and out of the common run) food on the second floor of the Center, and patrons can take their drinks into the theater. We had drinks at the bar before the movie, and my glass of wine accompanied me into the theater.
We ate after the film, and Fee had beef carpacchio and fried green tomatoes which looked delicious, but I'd eaten a bag of popcorn during the movie and stuck with a small Caesar salad. Last time we were there, I had Medallions of Pork Tenderloin with
apples, brown sugar and white chocolate sauce, wild rice pancake. Interesting!