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April And The Extraordinary World
April And The Extraordinary World
Dir: Christian Desmares, Franck Ekinci Starring: Marion Cotillard, Philippe Katerine, Jean Rochefort 105mins DCP
Sat & Sun 5:00,7:30
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In 1870, Gustave Franklin on creating a supersoldier serum with the help of two subjects. French Emperor Napoleon III is disgusted by the two subjects and tries to kill them. Instead, the two subjects escape, and Napoleon ends up accidentally killing himself and Franklin. Over the next several decades, scientists such as Einstein and Fermi start to disappear, stalling technological advancement, and the pollution has made it impossible to go outside without a mask. Franklin's descendents, including his great-granddaughter April, continue to work on the serum to make people invulnerable. The closest they've gotten is a talking cat named Darwin.

Pursued by police, the Franklin family dodge criminals, find themselves on the wrong side of government facility walls, and continue to experiment with the serum in order to save humanity.

And it seems that April may have just figured out the solution...

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The Capri Community Film Society, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The CCFS operates The Capri Theatre, Montgomery's only independent cinema.

The Capri Theatre was built in 1941 as The Clover and was Montgomery's first neighborhood theatre. It was remodeled and renamed The Capri in December 1962.

The Capri Theatre has been operated by the CCFS since 1983.

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