McAllen native and screenwriter Alvaro Rodriguez hosts a viewing of Susana with the coquettish Rosita Quintana starring as the titular bad girl who seduces a rancher, his son and his foreman. This 1951 melodrama was directed by Luis Bunuel. Rodriguez is the screenwriter of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Hangmans Daughter (2000) for executive producers Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. The film series complements MOSTHistorys new temporary exhibit, La Epoca de Oro: The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema in the Rio Grande Valley, open now through Sept. 2012 in the Upper Old Jail Gallery. Most films are subtitled in English and are subject to change. Please call 956.383.6911 for updated information.