SunFlix Presents 'My Blueberry Nights'
Jazz pop singer Norah Jones stars in her film debut, "My Blueberry Nights," as a waitress who hits the road to nurse a broken heart.
But before she goes West, she meets empathetic Jeremy (Jude Law), who runs a homey New York caf and listens to everyone's romance problems. Elizabeth and Jeremy almost begin a relationship (as she eats the unpopular caf blueberry pie), but she takes off and becomes a bartender in Memphis.
Later she is Beth, a waitress in a Vegas casino. In her travels she meets characters even lonelier than herself, played by David Straithairn, Rachel Weitz and Natalie Portman.
Will Beth ever return to New York and resolve her past and heartache?
"My Blueberry Nights" is the first English-language movie by director Wong Kar Wai. One critic comments that he "delivers profound visual pleasures that have been the filmmaker's signature."
The film is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material including violence, drinking and smoking.
It runs 90 minutes, and begins Thursday, June 12, and runs through Monday, June 16. It plays every evening at 7:30 ($7) and at 2:30 on Saturday and Sunday ($6).
The Sunrise Theater is located at 250 NW Broad Street. Sparkling water, beer, wine, sodas, candy and nuts, and delicious popcorn with real butter are available.
Contact the theater at (910) 692-3611 or www.sunrise
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