This Friday and Saturday, the Kansas School for the Deaf will show the movie Black Sand at the Murphy Auditorium.
Black Sand — an ASL film
Four students descend upon a tropical rain forest resort in Costa Rica with the purpose of having an adventure for a vacation at an aunt’s place. Beautiful waterfalls and lush green jungles are the first sign of heaven but there’s also a darker side to paradise. Whatever it is, is it protecting a secret or is it something so unspeakable?
More film info: www.aslfilms.com
Running Time: 90 min.
The Friday showing at 7p.m. is captioned, the Saturday showing at 2p.m. is not. Tickets are $11 and proceeds benefit the KSDAA’s 150th celebration. See flyer for more information.