Wild Prairie Rose


Sunday, Nov. 13 at 5:30pm
Tivoli Theatre

In 1952, Rose Miller returns to her rural hometown of Beresford, S.D., to care for her ailing mother. Once there, she falls in love with a deaf man and must decide if she has the courage to follow her heart. “Wild Prairie Rose” explores the changing roles of women in 1950s America and offers revealing insight into the ways that people with great differences can learn to communicate. Although focused on one couple’s specific story, the film deals in universal themes, challenging viewers to examine their own assumptions about what constitutes a good life. “Wild Prairie Rose” is a heartfelt examination of a woman’s search for love, for connection, for community — for her true self.

90 min.

Directed by

Deborah LaVine

Film Category

American Indie Spotlight Women in Film Spotlight


Dramedy Historical Drama Love Story
With director LaVine, producer Cliff Schulz, and actors Betsy Berenson and Samuel Schulz.