The unpredictable Nicolas Cage delivers his finest work in years in the critically-acclaimed film "Pig". A truffle hunter living alone in the Oregonian wilderness forced to return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped, critic Thelma Adams (AARP) writes, "Playing oddly against expectations, there's no Cage Rage, no showy violence or operatic monologues, just a simple, moving story of a broken man who lost his pig but, perhaps, has found his way." Rated R, the film runs 93 minutes.
Reserved tickets are $9.25-$9.75 (plus fees) and available online at www.theellentheatre.org, by calling 585-5885, or by visiting the Ellen Theatre box office. Doors open at 6:30 pm and films begin at 7:00 pm. Wine/beer/concessions at 6:00 pm in Ellen Theatre lobby. CC devices available. Learn more at www.bozemanfilmsociety.org – and Keep ‘Em Flickering