Frenchie Alert: 'The Grocer's Son' playing at the Garland tonight

As part of its International Film Festival, Spokane Falls Community College is showing the 2007 French film The Grocer's Son at the Magic Lantern tonight. It's the story of a 30-year-old man who has to leave his life in the city to take over his ailing dad's business in the country. 

Here's a taste: 

The movie begins at 7:15 pm at the Garland Theater (924 W. Garland Ave.) and costs a scant $3.50.

Next Tuesday, the festival will present the Peruvian drama Undertow. It will conclude the following week with the 2010 Indian/American film My Name is Khan. All films are shown at the Garland.

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