Many of you may know that I am an extreme commuter (how else do I have time to read all of these books, right?) so going over to Tidewater Community College (TCC) for their ASL Club's hosting of a movie isn't a big deal (in my mind). The showing will be of the ASL film "Wrong Game", sponsored by Sprint Relay.
Wrong Game is a 2 hour feature-length film mystery/chiller film featuring Deaf actors and actresses performing using only American Sign Language. This film is rated PG-13.
For more information about ASL Films,to view a trailer, or to find out if the film is playing in a venue near you, visit: http://www.aslfilms.com/
Saturday, June 7, 2008 ▪ 2:00 & 7:00 pm
Tidewater Community College ▪ Virginia Beach Campus
Pungo Auditorium (Building F) ▪ 1700 College Crescent
Virginia Beach, VA 23453
Tickets/Info: Star Glynis Grieser ▪ Email: email@example.com
Proceeds to TCC ASL Club
Movie Trailer: www.aslfilms.com ▪ rated PG-13 ▪ 128 minutes
Wrong Game takes place in a mansion filled with mysterious history. A group of people is called to the mansion to participate in a game where the winner receives $1 million. When the participants gather at the mansion, they learn the hard truth that the game is no original. Losing the game is not an option. To add further drama, each participant holds highly specialized skills and collectively, they must determine whose skills or expertise is most beneficial to the game. What the participants do not know is that the mastermind of this game is among them as a participant, judging each of them silently and strategically. With more unexpected twists and turns than any other movie, this film will keep participants guessing until the very end.