You can catch a Hol­ly­wood flick at the Euroa Cinema

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

IN re­cent times, the churches of the dis­trict have brought two well- re­ceived movies to Euroa Cinema.

Th­ese were War Room and The Case for Christ.

On Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 12 at 7.30 pm, a third film from Hol­ly­wood will be show­ing, called, ‘ I Can Only Imag­ine”.

Based on the true story of Bart Mil­lard, lead singer of band Mer­cyMe, it tells about his trans­form­ing re­la­tion­ship with his trou­bled, abu­sive and al­co­holic fa­ther.

The film stars Priscilla Shirer, Michael Fin­ley, Made­line Car­roll and Trace Ad­kins with Cloris Leach­man and Den­nis Quaid.

The Guardian news­pa­per wrote that “the na­tion­wide ex­po­sure for this faith­based work is note­wor­thy in it­self, in part due to the hugely break­out pop­u­lar­ity of the song which gives the film its name”.

The un­de­ni­ably catchy song writ­ten by Bart Mil­lard, it’s the nar­ra­tive of this slick as­sem­bled tale, beau­ti­fully il­lus­trated story about re­demp­tion and rec­on­cil­i­a­tion’.

Born into a work­ing class fam­ily, Mil­lard seeks so­lace in mu­sic, away from the phys­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal abuse of his fa­ther, and finds suc­cess in singing.

Di­rec­tor broth­ers, An­drew and Jon Er­win steer the movie well, steadily draw­ing out sin­cere and per­sua­sive per­for­mances.

Come along on the night and bring a friend or two, with ad­mis­sion only $ 10.

The sup­port of Euroa Cinema folk is greatly ap­pre­ci­ated once again.

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