Film subject Jean Hill

Film subject Jean Hill

Divide In Concord

Dinner and a Movie - WEDNESDAY, JULY 2
7:00 P.M. dinner & live music / 8:00 P.M. feature film
Chilmark Community Center

With director Kris Kaczor and film subjects Jean Hill, Jim Crosby, Jill Appel, and Janet Rothrock

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Dirs. Kris Kaczor and Dave Regos
Documentary | U.S.A. | 2014 | 82 min.

Since 1775, the year of the “shot heard round the world,” Concord, Massachusetts has been known for its revolutionary spirit. In 2014, that spirit lives on—in eighty-four-year-old Concord resident Jean Hill, a woman fighting against a modern-day enemy: single-serve plastic water bottles. Facing strong opposition from local businesses as well as the large and powerful bottled water industry, Jean engages in a three-year battle and what may be America’s first environmental crusade to ban the sale of bottled water. A perfect blend of harsh realism and inspiring idealism, this film will motivate everyone who watches it.

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