LISA FRANZ HAS A LITTLE PROBLEM. The newly refurbished theater on Chatham’s Main Street is showing Jaws this summer. And the movie isn’t exactly on message. There’s the shark’s-eye view of a swimmer-cum-snack, and the blood in the water. Even if the 38-year-old mechanical villain seems dated, the music still evokes a sense of impending doom.
“I don’t know if that’s a really great idea,” Franz says with an air of resignation. “On the other hand, there’s a lot of interest, and people are going to go see it.”