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Soup & Cinema: Catwalk (Sweden)

Date & Time

Tue, Nov 09, 2021
12:00pm - 2:30pm PST

Location

2655 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
Tel : 206.789.5707

 

Join us for our monthly lunch program where you will enjoy a Nordic film and hot soup at the Museum. This month we will show audience favorite Catwalk.

This feel-good documentary from Sweden, is directed by Johan Skog and was released in 2020. The film starts with Emma who wants to become a fashion model and writes a letter to the founder of a local theatre group, Pär Johansson and the Glada Hudik-theatre, for help. An unattainable dream for most, especially if you have a disability like Emma. Together with a group of unusual models, she begins a dizzying journey which will take everyone to New York. This is a heartwarming film about hope, dreams, and everyone’s right to joy and love.

We will serve soup, bread, coffee and cookies.

Cost: $15 for Members; $20 general admission (price include soup, bread and cookies pre-ordering tickets is required)

Please note: The National Nordic Museum is requiring that all Soup & Cinema attendees be vaccinated against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination may include CDC Vaccination Card (or photo), documentation from a health care provider, or state immunization system record. In addition, registration for this program now closes one week prior to the film screening. Please register by Monday, November 1, to reserve your seat. 

 

Join us for our monthly lunch program where you will enjoy a Nordic film and hot soup at the Museum. This month we will show audience favorite Catwalk.

This feel-good documentary from Sweden, is directed by Johan Skog and was released in 2020. The film starts with Emma who wants to become a fashion model and writes a letter to the founder of a local theatre group, Pär Johansson and the Glada Hudik-theatre, for help. An unattainable dream for most, especially if you have a disability like Emma. Together with a group of unusual models, she begins a dizzying journey which will take everyone to New York. This is a heartwarming film about hope, dreams, and everyone’s right to joy and love.

We will serve soup, bread, coffee and cookies.

Cost: $15 for Members; $20 general admission (price include soup, bread and cookies pre-ordering tickets is required)

Please note: The National Nordic Museum is requiring that all Soup & Cinema attendees be vaccinated against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination may include CDC Vaccination Card (or photo), documentation from a health care provider, or state immunization system record. In addition, registration for this program now closes one week prior to the film screening. Please register by Monday, November 1, to reserve your seat. 

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