'Pretty Woman' Film Screening: Part of 'Media, Manipulation, and Demise of Public Discourse' Cinema Course

A screening of the film "Pretty Woman" will be held as part of the "Media, Manipulation, and Demise of Public Discourse" Cinema Course at Penn State Schuylkill.

This non-credit cinema course is $30 for community members, and free for faculty and staff members (code in the campus newsletter).

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"Pretty Woman" directed by Garry Marshall and starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, is a romantic comedy following the journey of Vivian Ward, a witty woman working as a sex worker, and Edward Lewis, an affluent businessman. The film leans into themes of introspection, acceptance, and love – encouraging viewers to look past the surface and reflect on the status quo. "Pretty Woman" grossed over $460 million at the box office and remains one of the highest-grossing romantic comedies of all time.