Anyone who has yet to check Gone With the Wind off their big-screen bucket list and needs a temporary break from the holiday season would do well to attend LACMA’s free 1 p.m. matinee of the David O. Selznick–produced, Victor Fleming–directed epic from 1939. Your mileage may vary on the racial politics and nearly four-hour runtime, but there’s no denying the antebellum epic’s place in film history — historical romances don’t get any more sweeping than this. You’ll never be hungry again if you go to LACMA.org for more details.
Tue., Dec. 23, 1-5 p.m., 2014
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