Alfred Hitchcock, the “Master of Suspense,” will be the focus of the Florence Community Library’s April Monthly Movie discussion.  Join us in the library programming room on Saturday, April 11, at 1:00 pm for a brief look at the life and films of Alfred Hitchcock, followed by a showing of one of his most acclaimed classics – All completely free of charge! 

Sir Alfred Hitchcock was already considered one of England’s best film directors when he came to America in 1939.  In Hollywood, he went on to even greater success, crafting a string of classics and pioneering film techniques that remain dominant today.  Enjoy a discussion tracing Hitchcock’s work, with film clips and review excerpts demonstrating some career highlights.  Stay after the discussion to watch one of Hitchcock’s most famous movies.  Free popcorn and water will be available to all who attend.  Patrons are also encouraged to bring their own food and soft drink to the show! 

For title information or other questions, please contact the library at (520) 868-8311.