It’s Wednesday night, and you’ve got nothing to do. How about a movie with the family? Instead of one of the theaters in Charlottesville showing the current Hollywood blockbusters, consider Visulite Staunton—an eclectic movie theater owned by the same company as the tried and true Vinegar Hill Downtown.
At 7 p.m. Visulite Staunton will be showing “Charade”, a 1963 mystery featuring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. The movie has something for everyone: spies, a love story, comedy, and a little suspense. Audrey Hepburn’s character, Regina, is living in Paris and returns from a ski trip to find her husband murdered and their possessions gone. The mystery continues as Regina is called to the U.S. Embassy and asked about $250,000 of gold that her husband has been accused of stealing. Regina meets a set of men as eager to find the gold as she is to find her husband’s killer, and then things start to get weird.
For a brief trip and $7 per ticket, families can experience the avant garde atmosphere of the theater, and a classic film everyone can enjoy.