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Silent Music Revival: “The Little Match Girl” at Gallery5 with live music by Toxic Moxie 

Sunday, Dec. 16

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This popular event pairs local musicians with classic silent films, but the players haven’t seen or practiced the movies so the scores are spontaneous. Based on a short story by Hans Christian Anderson, “The Little Match Girl” is a 1928 French drama directed by Jean Renoir about a poor little girl freezing on the streets, trying to sell matches at Christmas time, when she starts hallucinating about her dead grandmother. Things go south from there. 7:30 p.m. Donations appreciated. galleryfive.org.
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