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Special Event: Spin The Plate

Sun, Sep 20  |  2:15 PM - 5:00 PM  |  Majestic 7 - Now Open

It's Showtime. Majestic 7 is now reopened! 

Enjoy a special event show of: Spin the Plate

A female tattoo artist encounters an awkward young man on a Boston city bus. He tries to win her heart, as she battles to heal personal wounds. Together they seek meaning, while a romance blossoms between them, but he's hiding something from her.

Special Friday Night Premiere with an overflow show on Sunday
Friday, September 18th
6:30PM 

Sunday, September 20th
2:15PM 

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS

Plot Summary:
Spin the Plate is an independent feature film based on the award-winning novel of the same name. It is a heroic story of Jo Orsiano's emotional, spiritual, legal, and romantic journey as she battles to heal the wounds of child sexual abuse.

Jo is a survivor of a bleak and abusive childhood. She channels her pain and rage into weight training and roams the city streets at night as a powerful vigilante. While she is more than capable of defending herself against physical danger, she is defenseless against the memories of the past that torment her.

Francis is a mysterious man she meets on the bus. He doesn’t have a regular job and is still living at home. But he is gentle, likeable, friendly, intelligent, sensitive, respectful, generous, patient, and understanding. Just what a brave, but damaged soul like Jo needs.

In this story, the average-guy hero battles to win the battered heart of the wary, edgy, less-than-perfect heroine.

For more information on showtimes, tickets and safety regulations for COVID-19, please visit www.cwtheaters.com.

For additional details, please visit https://www.cwtheaters.com/watertown/home.

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Arsenal Yards is approximately a 10-minute drive from Harvard Square and approximately a 15-minute drive from Copley Square. Other areas will find it easily accessible from the Mass Pike or Fresh Pond Parkway, among many routes available to Watertown’s East End. Once on site, ample free parking is available. Traveling via public transportation? MBTA bus route 70 stops right on site and can be picked up at the Central Square Red Line T stop.