The Antidote – Virtual Film Discussion

PRESENTED BY: Online Event
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7:00 PM, Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Location: Online Event (click for map)

Made in response to the times we are living in, “The Antidote” weaves together stories of kindness, decency, and the power of community in America. It’s about everyday people who make the intentional choice to lift others up, despite the fundamentally unkind ways of our society, which are at once facts of life in America and yet deeply antithetical to our founding ideals.

Directed by Academy Award-nominee, Kahane Cooperman, and six-time Emmy winner, John Hoffman, “The Antidote” aims to drive a national conversation about the roles that kindness, decency, compassion and respect play in a civilized, democratic society. While it’s easy to court despair in the face of monumental, structural problems, “The Antidote” tells stories of compassionate people intentionally leveraging the resources within themselves and their communities to give others a chance at a better life. The film isn’t about an idea or a policy; it is about how we treat each other. It is about who we are.

Please watch the movie prior to our online discussion. The movie is available at theantidotemovie.com/watch.
There is a fee to watch the film; if you need assistance, or if you have difficulty accessing the movie, please contact us at meaningfulmoviesspokane@gmail.com.

How to watch:  Pick one of the theaters in the list on the website.
We suggest trying one of these two:

Boise, ID – THE FLICKS: RICK’S CAFE AMERICAIN

Sedona, AZ – MARY D. FISHER THEATRE

How to participate in the film discussion:  Send an email to meaningfulmoviesspokane@gmail.com to receive the Zoom meeting invitation for the discussion, which we will send out on November 18.

Release Year: 2020

Running Time: 1 hour 42 minutes

Director: Kahane Cooperman, John Hoffman

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