Date:  November 1, 2018

Time:  7:00pm

The Marine Film Society and the Marine Community Library are thrilled to announce the second film of the fifth season of the Marine Documentary Film Nights, SILICONE SOUL.
When having a relationship with a real human being is too hard, where do you turn?

SILICONE SOUL explores the emotional connection some people have to their synthetic companions and what that means for the future of human relationships. Ultimately, this is a film about love, loneliness, secrets and, perhaps, acceptance. Who are we to judge who…or what…people choose to love?
Film-maker Melody Gilbert is known by the documentary film community as “the godmother of documentary films.” She has been making award-winning documentaries for 15 years. The Documentary Channel has called Melody “one of the most fearless filmmakers in contemporary documentary cinema.” Her new film, SILICONE SOUL, will be Melody's 7th feature-length film as a director/producer/cinematographer.
Doors open at 6:30.  Light refreshments served.  Admission is Free! In the Marine Village Hall, 121 Judd Street, Marine on Saint Croix.
This program is funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.