The Shining

The Shining
Doors open at 7 p.m.

Writer Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) and his family head to an isolated hotel for the winter as caretakers. Slowly, a sinister presence and the hotel’s spirits drive the writer violently mad, while his son sees terrifying premonitions from both the past and the future.    

Directed by Stanley Kubrick, 1980, 146 minutes, R.  

 

Content Warning: This film contains potentially triggering content.  

Tags: murder, violence, blood and gore, dismemberment, profanity, racial slurs, derogatory language, full nudity, terror, child abuse, verbal abuse, physical abuse, negative depictions of mental illness. 

The National Bank of Indianapolis Summer Nights Film Series features 14 films this year. To see the full lineup, click here.

August 27
The Amphitheater
$36 Members | $48 Public

the shining IS SOLD OUT!

For everyone’s health and safety and due to COVID-19 restrictions, The National Bank of Indianapolis Summer Nights Film Series 2021 is operating at a reduced capacity this year. With a limited number of tickets available, Summer Nights sold out faster than expected. We hope to see you in The Amphitheater next year.

 

If you are an access pass holder please call 317-923-1331, email info@discovernewfields.org, or ask the front desk about ticket availability. 

The Shining, 1980. Directed by Stanley Kubrick © Warner Bros.