A Girl Returned L’Arminuta
Summer, 1975. A 13-year-old girl mysteriously appears at a farmstead and moves in with the family. Who is she? What is she doing there? Based on a 2017 bestseller, A Girl Returned tells the story of a girl who unwillingly returns to the biological family she never knew and must reckon with her new home and sense of abandonment. Rendered with stunning emotional clarity, the film is a thoughtful examination of childhood, motherhood, and the ties that bind.
Screenings & Events
Tue, May 31 @ 6:30pm CDT
at Chicago History Museum, 1601 N Clark St, Chicago
Free tickets available to claim starting May 16 or available at the door (subject to availability).
Post-screening discussion led by Professor Veronica Vegna, University of Chicago
Post-screening discussion presented by: