1100 E Sheldon St
Prescott, AZ 86301
Screens at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
Preceded by the short film “I Got You Babe”.
Die göttliche Ordnung (The Divine Order)
American women got the right to vote nationwide in1920. Flash forward from then to 1970. Women in Switzerland still weren’t able to vote. “The Divine Order” follows the story of an unlikely hero in the movement. Nora, a traditional “quiet” homemaker living in a tiny village, cooking, cleaning, taking care of two sons and a rotten father-in-law. When she wants to get a part-time job…. Well…. That changes everything.
I Got You Babe
It’s the summer of 1965. Bethany Stamper has big dreams: going to school to become a nurse. However, her future is about to change when President Johnson signs an executive order stating that after midnight on August 26, 1965, marriage will no longer be considered a draft deferment from the Vietnam War for able-bodied young men. When Beth’s boyfriend Russ proposes to her in fear of being drafted, the butterflies take over and she accepts. However, the closer they get to the altar, Beth realizes that she and Russ have very different ideas of what their future together will look like. With her dreams of going to Stanford to study nursing on the line, Beth realizes the sacrifice she will ultimately have to make should she marry him before the clock strikes twelve.