The Best of Canadian and International Film
Galaxy Theatres, Orangeville, Ontario
Showtimes: 4:30 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 9:20 p.m.
Single tickets $8.00 (CASH Only) -- Subscriptions also available

Tickets available at BookLore and Galaxy Cinemas
Film Schedule
La Vie En Rose
September 24, 2007
Special Screening
The 11th Hour

October 15, 2007
October 22, 2007
November 12, 2007
Emotional Arithmetic
January 14, 2008
Jane Austen Book Club
January 28, 2008
2 Days in Paris
February 11, 2008
February 25, 2008
The Kite Runner
March 24, 2008
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days
April 14, 2008
The Diving Bell And The Butterfly
April 28, 2008
The Year My Parents Went On Vacation
May 12, 2008
Special Screening
Up the Yangtze

June 9, 2008


Emotional Arithmetic

January 14, 2008

(Canada/UK) Rated N/A
99 minutes

A magical cast in an idyllic locale reflects on an earlier time when the world was in even greater peril. Three people were brutally separated then; now they must find the strength to face tragedy and reclaim the friendships that transformed their lives.

Melanie Winters (Susan Sarandon) is a survivor of Drancy, a transit camp set up outside Paris during the Nazi occupation. Now comfortably middle-aged, she is married to David (Christopher Plummer) and dotes over her son, Benjamin (Roy Dupuis), and grand-son, Timmy (Dakota Goyo). Her life‘s work has been to bear witness to what she experienced. Melanie‘s life in Quebec‘s picturesque Eastern Townships is turned upside down when she discovers that Jakob (Max von Sydow), a Polish dissident who saved her life in the camp, is still alive. She excitedly arranges for him to visit, but he brings an unwelcome surprise. As a boy, Christopher (Gabriel Byrne) was at the camp with Melanie; they both felt the first stirrings of love amid the horrors of Drancy. Christopher‘s arrival shatters Melanie‘s insulated existence, allowing complex desires to resurface.

Emotional Arithmetic

Tickets available at BookLore and Galaxy Cinemas

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The Film Circuit, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival Group, gratefully acknowledges the following supporters for their commitment to celebrating excellence in film: Global, Foreign Affairs Canada, Ontario Media Development Corp., Bell, Volkswagen, Warner Brothers, Cineplex Entertainment, Mackenzie Investments, Special thanks to AV Preservation Trust Ca. and Sleeman Brewing & Malting Co. Ltd.