"Sisters in Law" at the Memphis Brooks 

Looking for something out of the ordinary? Take a jaunt over to the Memphis Brooks Museum this afternoon (Sunday) for a 2:00 screening of the African documentary, Sisters in Law.

Sisters in Law was the winner of the Prix Art en Essai at the Cannes Film Festival. The film follows the work of State Prosecutor Vera Ngassa and Court President Beatrice Ntuba of Kumba, Cameroon, as they dispense wisdom, wisecracks, and justice in fair measure. A fascinating and often hilarious documentary about modern justice in Africa.

The film is free with museum admission. A special African-themed lunch will be available before the screening. Call 544-6225 for menu information and reservations. Have lunch at The Brushmark before the screening! Reservations are recommended, please call 544.6225 The mouthwatering menu samplings offered by Chef Wally Joe at the Brushmark Restaurant include: - African Peanut Soup - Smoked Turkey Club Applewood Smoked Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, Sprouts & Cranberry Mustard on Sourdough - Olive Oil Poached Salmon

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