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“The Women” showing fails to draw a crowd

Last updated on April 13, 2016

By: Gayla Collier, Staff Writer

Volunteer State Community College had a screening of the movie “The Women” on Tuesday March 29.

There were three opportunities to watch the movie in the Rochelle Center, in the Thigpen Library.

The screenings were at 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., and they were made available for anyone to come, including the community.

“I showed the movie three different times.

No one came to the 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.… I had four people show up to the 6p.m. showing,” said Tabitha Sherrell, Coordinator of Student Activities.

“The Women” revolves around a group of friends who learn how to handle life as women.

“I liked the movie really well and I like how the women came together,” said Leandrew Hayes, a Vol State student.

“I would recommend all my girlfriends to watch this movie, because I think it can help them see how men are, even though it is a movie,” said Jassmyn Alexander, a Vol State student.

The movie was shown as an activity for Women’s History Month.

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