The lacrosse movie, Crooked Arrows, which was made in Maryland and features a few local extras, made its Baltimore premiere last night at Goucher College. The movie tells the story of a skilled Native American lacrosse athlete and his relationship to his reservation.
The movie opens in select theaters — including theaters in Hunt Valley, Owings Mills — on May 18, and nationwide June 1.
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