November 28, 2006 :: No. 86
||Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Cal State Fullerton is screening the 2006 film “Aurora Borealis,” starring Joshua Jackson and Donald Sutherland.
||Mackey Auditorium in the Ruby Gerontology Center
||4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2
||Winner of the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival Jury Award, in addition to best actor and best supporting actor awards, “Aurora Borealis” follows the story of 25-year-old Minneapolis slacker Duncan (Jackson), who is content with shuffling aimlessly through life since the premature death of his father — hanging out with his friends and ditching one dead-end job after another. His life begins to turn around when he starts working at a nursing home to be near his gravely ill grandfather (Sutherland). With a newfound sense of purpose, plus a budding romance with a healthcare provide (Juliette Lewis), Duncan develops the motivation to take charge of his life.
|Q&A With Film's Creators:
||A taped Q&A session with director James Burke and screenwriter Brent Boyd from the 1 p.m. screening (sold out) will be shown following the 4 p.m. film presentation.
||OLLI at 657-278-2446