By: Isaac Rios
You’ve just finished another week of school and you want to kill some time and talk with someone about a new movie you’re excited for, but there is no one around. If only there was a club where you can discuss about your favorite movie. Luckily, here at Wethersfield High School, the Movie Club does that and more, and is perfect for people who are as passionate about everything to do with movies!
Every Friday from 2:15-3:15 in Room 23 and run by passionate moviegoers Audrey Mainville and Kristina Hoda, the Movie Club is all about movies from all genres and from any director.
“Because they [Audrey and Kristina] really love movies and they love talking about it, and they know that there are other people out there that feel the same way, they started this club.” said Movie Club advisor Ms.. Coco.
If you’re worried about wanting to talk about your favorite film but being overshadowed by a discussion of a more topical movie, well it’s best not to worry because as Ms Coco said, “Our topics go all over the spectrum, all different genres“ So if you have a movie you want to talk about, just share away!
“It depends on what the girls want to do for the week, but they usually always have some activity going on.” So whether it’s discussions, trivia, eating popcorn, or wanting to learn something new about the medium, as long as it’s film related you can expect it and more! So after school this Friday, come on down to Room 23 and sign up to a club that’s perfect for everyone.
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