The City Vault would like to invite you to the Advance Movie Screening of “Certain Women” on October 18th at 7:00 pm in Bethesda, MD . Visit our Instagram ,Twitter or Facebook page for details on how you may claim your movie ticket(s). ONLY TICKET WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED. THIS IS A CONTEST AND WINNERS WILL BE SELECTED RANDOMLY.
Tickets are FREE but expected to go quickly. You must have a ticket to attend this screening but a ticket does not guarantee seating–seating is first come, first served until we reach theater capacity —GET THERE EARLY. The Screening starts on time and there will be No Admittance after the screening begins and No duplicate passes will be accepted/allowed in the theater, (in some cases) each pass admits two and has an individual code. By entering this contest you are giving us permission to sign you up for our newsletter.
ABOUT THE MOVIE:
It’s the off-season in Livingston, Montana, where lawyer Laura Wells (LAURA DERN), called away from a tryst with her married lover, finds herself defending a local laborer named Fuller (JARED HARRIS). Fuller was a victim of a workplace accident, and his ongoing medical issues have led him to hire Laura to see if she can reopen his case. He’s stubborn and won’t listen to Laura’s advice – though he seems to heed it when the same counsel comes from a male colleague. Thinking he has no other option, Fuller decides to take a security guard hostage in order to get his demands met. Laura must act as intermediary and exchange herself for the hostage, trying to convince Fuller to give himself up.
Elsewhere, Gina (MICHELLE WILLIAMS) and Ryan (JAMES LE GROS) have decided to build a new home outside of town. With their disinterested daughter Guthrie (SARA RODIER) in tow, they visit Albert (RENE AUBERJONOIS), an elderly family friend who seems to be fading into senility. Trying to keep Albert focused, Gina gets him to agree to give the couple the pile of unused sandstone on his property so that they can build their home. Albert consents, and they soon return with a truck to haul the stones away; but as they do so, it’s not clear to Gina that Albert understands exactly what is happening.
On a horse ranch just outside of the tiny town of Belfry, a long drive from Livingston, a young female ranch hand (LILY GLADSTONE) takes care of animals, isolated from the rest of the world. She develops a fascination with Elizabeth (KRISTEN STEWART), a recently graduated lawyer based in Livingston and looking to pick up extra money by offering legal workshops for teachers. Attending Elizabeth’s classes and having coffee afterwards only piques the ranch hand’s interest, ultimately leading her to make an unexpected drive to Livingston, hoping to find Elizabeth, even if she has no idea what to say.