The film's website can be found here.

The independent film, SECRET LIFE, SECRET DEATH, will screen at the Rio Public Library on April 14, at 7:00 p.m. The film details the true story of a young mother who fell into crime, in Gangland Chicago in the Roaring 20’s. Later she ran a shady hotel in Wisconsin during the Depression. The film was produced entirely in Wisconsin, with Wisconsin actors, antique trains, vintage cars, and period costumes. The Rio Public Library is located at 324 W. Lyons St. The screening is free and open to the public.

SECRET LIFE, SECRET DEATH is a critically acclaimed, award winning film, which has played from Chicago to LA, and London to Rome.  With its themes of Wisconsin History, trafficking, alcoholism, and the lethal burden of family secrets carried into the present, the film educates and provokes. The movie shows the unglamorized underworld of gangsters in Wisconsin and Chicago.

A Question and Answer session with Director, Genevieve Davis, will follow the screening. Davis spent 10 years researching the story behind the movie. She wrote the book of the true story, also called Secret Life, Secret Death.