Beach Flicks will be showing The Meddler this Friday.

The Meddler with Susan Sarandon playing in Qualicum Beach

Join Beach Flicks on Friday for this comedy at the Eaglecrest Golf Course

Beach Flicks presents The Meddler starring Susan Sarandon on Friday, Oct. 14.

Sarandon delivers one of her most richly satisfying performances in this insightful and winning comedy-drama about an incessantly doting mother who, after her husband passes away, follows her daughter (Rose Byrne) to Los Angeles. She gets involved in many different situations and makes unexpected connections with a variety of people.

The Meddler provides a winning balance of insight, heart and laugh-out-loud hilarity.

Join Beach Flicks on  Friday for this comedy at the Eaglecrest Golf Course. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the movie starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $7.

— Submitted by Beach Flicks

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