See this film: Ninotchka at the Somerville Theatre

Some may have been more beautiful, but no other actress has been as ethereal, otherworldly, and unattainable. So when Greta Garbo spoke on screen in her first sound film, it was a big deal. And when she first laughed? She did so as the hardnosed Soviet commissar who ends up seduced by Paris and Melvyn Douglas's aristocratic enemy of the people in Ernst Lubitsch's Ninotchka (1939), and it might be her best role of all. It screens  Sunday, July 31 @ 11 am and Monday, August 1 @ 5 pm and 8pm at the Somerville Theatre, 55 Davis Square, Somerville | 617.625.5700 or
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