• Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods (map)

Admission is free.  Family-friendly Event.

The Inner Arbor Trust and APA Film present the Heritage Film Festival, 3 nights of contemporary foreign language films (with English subtitles) presented at the Chrysalis in Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods. 

Miss Granny (2014) Korean language film.
9/30/2017 - Gates open at 6:00 p.m., film at 7:00 p.m.



(from Wikipedia)

Miss Granny (Hangul: 수상한 그녀)is a 2014 South Korean comedy-drama film directed by Hwang Dong-hyukNa Moon-hee stars as a woman in her 70s who magically finds herself in the body of her 20-year-old self (Shim Eun-kyung) after having her picture taken at a mysterious photo studio. After opening in theaters on January 22, 2014, it became a huge box office hit, with 8.65 million tickets sold.

Oh Mal-soon, a 74-year-old widow, lives with her son and his family. Foul-mouthed, stubborn, controlling and shameless, she has a difficult relationship with her depressed daughter-in-law Ae-ja, but is very proud of her son Hyun-chul, who became a university professor of gerontology, and whom she raised by herself against all odds. One day, Ae-ja gets hospitalized after suddenly collapsing. Her doctors strongly advise her to live apart from Mal-soon. On the day she is told by her son that she is being sent to a nursing home, the dismayed Mal-soon wanders the streets and comes across a mysterious photo studio that claims it captures the moments of one's youth. She takes what she believes will be her last self-portrait for her not-so-far-off funeral, but when she comes out of the studio, Mal-soon is dumbfounded by her own reflection in the mirror: she's now a fresh, young 20-year-old woman.

Food vendors will be on site, but feel free to bring a picnic and (non-alcoholic) beverages. No glass containers permitted.

Directions and parking: 

Take Little Patuxent Parkway to South Entrance Road. Make the first right onto Symphony Woods Road. Make an immediate right up a steep driveway (sign says Administrative Offices, Staff Gate, VIP Parking), you will pass a white house and come to a parking lot, the Chrysalis is at the bottom of the hill.  Please park in the numbered spots in the hard top lot.  If parking fills up, staff will direct you to overflow parking.