A different kind of lawsuit at the Port Townsend Film Festival

Laura Jean Schneider
Posted 9/29/21

Even 20 years later, while society has changed, the main message of "Legally Blonde," remains relevant, and beloved, according to Kirsten Smith, because of Reese Witherspoon’s …

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A different kind of lawsuit at the Port Townsend Film Festival

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An enthusiastic crowd gathered in Port Townsend Saturday for an open-air showing of  "Legally Blonde."

Before the screening, Chimacum grad and screenwriter for the film Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith  judged an Elle and Bruiser look-alike contest at the festival's outdoor location on Taylor Street.

Even 20 years later, while society has changed, the main message of "Legally Blonde," remains relevant, and beloved, according to Smith, because of Reese Witherspoon’s “extraordinary performance.”

Leader reporter Laura Jean Schneider was there for the event, and here are a few of her favorite images from the evening.

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