Anastasia showing at The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center

20 Terry Street (one block south of Main Street/Montauk Highway)
Patchogue, New York 11772

Anastasia (1956) Is she or isn’t she? Bergman won her second Oscar as an amnesiac postwar refugee who impersonates a surviving daughter of Russia’s last czar. Her emotional authenticity makes the movie memorable.

Directed by: Anatole Litvak; Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Yul Brynner, Helen Hayes; Running Time: 1 hr 45 mins.

Showtimes: November 7* at 10:30 AM & November 12** at 6:30PM

* Optional at an additional charge Saturday Brunch – menu from Goldberg’s Famous Bagels. Top it off with a Mimosa!

** Optional at an additional charge Thursday night Wine & Cheese – menu from The Cheese Patch!

—Menus will be made available before showtime.

Guest Speakers:
Nov. 7 – Jennifer Gagliardi is a graduate of the St. Joseph’s College English program with a focus in film studies. Her thesis was on science fiction cinema with Professor Mascuch, PhD, as mentor. As a graduate student at Stony Brook University her focus is on film studies in the art history and criticism department.

Nov. 12 – Film expert Dr. Peter Mascuch, PhD, is a tenured Associate Professor of English and American Studies and Coordinator of the Cinema Studies Program. He specializes in Film Studies, with a particular focus on American cinema since 1945.