Can you identify the screenshot of this home from a movie or TV show?
Theaters will be restricted to 25 percent capacity, masks will be required.
Films dealing with personal tragedy are tricky. They walk a fine line between pathos and schmaltz, and it doesn’t take much for them to lose their audience. If one insincere moment or overly dramatic music cue happens, viewers are likely to roll their eyes instead of gently weep.
The village board will discuss the matter at its meeting Wednesday.
"We've got a lot of work to do within the next 72 hours," Phoenix Theaters CEO Phil Zacheretti said. "We should be ready by Friday."
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