The Vic Theatre in Victoria, BC

  • Beatriz at Dinner
    Beatriz at Dinner
  • Megan Leavey
    Megan Leavey
  • The Midwife
    The Midwife

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Beatriz at Dinner

Beatriz at Dinner

  • Jul 21, 2017 until Jul 27, 2017
  • Showtime:
    Fri, July 21 at 3pm
    Sat, July 22 at 3pm & 9pm
    Sun, July 23 to Thu, July 27 at 7pm

    Since immigrating from Mexico, Beatriz (Selma Hayek) has built a life for herself in Southern California as a holistic medicine practitioner. When her car breaks down after a session, she is invited to attend a dinner party at her client’s house. This encounter soon turns onto a knife’s edge as she is confronted with the ruthless self-made billionaire Doug Strutt, played brilliantly by John Lithgow. This hilarious clash of values will change both of their lives in unforeseeable ways.

     

    Rated PG – No Membership Required – 19+ Event

    Megan Leavey

    Megan Leavey

  • Jul 22, 2017 until Jul 23, 2017
  • Showtime:
    Sat, July 22 at 6pm
    Sun, July 23 at 4 pm

    Based on the incredible true story of a young Marine corporal and her dog Rex, who together completed over 100 missions in Iraq and saved many lives as part of the military’s K9 unit. Megan Leavey investigates not only the bravery it takes to save lives, but the amazing bonds we form that allow us to heal.

     

    Read Peter Travers review here

     

    Rated PG – No Membership Required – 19+ Event

    The Midwife

    The Midwife

  • Sep 15, 2017 until Sep 17, 2017
  • Showtime:
    Fri, September 15 at 7pm
    Sat, September 16 at 4pm
    Sun, September 17 at 7pm

     

    Claire (Catherine Frot) is a single mother dedicated to her work as a midwife. When her ward faces closure, she must decide whether to move to a larger hospital where she knows her ideals do not align. During this time, Béatrice (Catherine Deneuve), the mistress of her deceased father, appears in search of help. In the presence of this explosive and egotistical woman, Claire must come to terms with her life, career, and the unusual bonds of family that find us. 

     

    Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot give sensational performances and Director Martin Provost (Séraphine) masterfully creates a genuine, sharp-witted comedy about women in a time of crisis and discovery.

     

    Unrated – Membership Required – 19+ Event