A disembodied voice whispers to farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner
) and begins a classic film fantasy about fathers, sons, baseball and the power of unwavering belief in Field of Dreams, which marks its 30th anniversary by returning to movie theaters for two days only: on Father’s Day and Tuesday, June 18.
Field of Dreams returns to movie theaters a century after the Chicago “Black Sox” scandal that plagued baseball and that fascinates Ray Kinsella as he undertakes an extraordinary gamble before setting off on a journey that connects him with three unlikely allies: reclusive author Terence Mann
(James Earl Jones
), baseball player Archibald “Moonlight” Graham (Burt Lancaster
) and “Shoeless Joe” Jackson himself (Ray Liotta
). With the support of his wife (Amy Madigan
), Ray discovers the importance of long-sought forgiveness in director Phil Alden Robinson
’s film, which has become synonymous with baseball.
Before and after each presentation of Field of Dreams,