Tonight's film was called “As Goes Janesville."
The film reports from ground zero in a small town in Wisconsin explaining how General Motors not only shut down the assembly lines, but how the town went with it then reinvented itself from the ground up. That’s what some spectators say is going to be the hot topic of discussion.
"Sometimes political issues, sometimes social issues, but in a safe environment, where we are just talking about a film, but also how it impacts us," said Penny Mitchell who is a representative for Rocky Mountain PBS.
The event is open to anyone and it’s absolutely free, to sign up for these events go to
www.Rmpbs.org or visit them at 414 Main Street.
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