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7:00 PM
to 8:55 PM
Thursdays at the Theatre: Dark Valley

Dark Valley

Austria and Germany / 2014 / German with English subtitles / 114 min / Thriller

"Visually ravishing! The hills are alive with the sound of gunfire in this alpine revenge drama, a superiour genre piece." – Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter

Synopsis Somewhere high in the Alps, a lone rider makes his way along a hidden path and reaches a small village, tucked away between the steep mountains. This stranger goes by the name of Greider; nobody knows where he's from and, met with blatant distrust, nobody wants him in the village. The sons of Old Brenner, the village patriarch who holds the entire community under his threatening, violent ways, would have chased him away if Greider hadn't given them a fistful of gold coins. Greider introduces himself as a photographer, and Brenner's sons provide him with shelter for the winter at the house of widow Gader and her young daughter, Luzi. Soon to be married to her sweetheart, Lukas, Luzi is full of trepidation as the big day draws near because, in this valley, a wedding comes with a terrible tradition. And whoever opposes this tradition will be subjected to a merciless punishment. In the depths of winter, the village cut off by snowfall and barely a ray of sunlight reaching the valley, a tragic accident leads to the death of one of Brenner's beloved sons. When another son is mysteriously killed, it's clear this is not a coincidence: the time has come for Brenner's family to pay, and Greider plans to settle a score long forgotten by everyone but him.

Thursdays at the Theatre - A Film Series by AWC Foundation. 

This movie will be showing in our beautiful Historic Yuma Theatre at 7:00pm. 

Enjoy our great tasting popcorn and refreshments.

Movie will start at 7:00 pm

Tickets available at


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Brought to you by the AWC Foundation, sponsored by KAWC Colorado River Public Media, AWC/NAU Academic Library, the Yuma Art Center