Exclusive Screening: THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT at the Somerville Theatre


November 15, 2018

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Somerville Theater

You’ll absolutely not want to miss seeing the made in Massachusetts movie THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT starring Sam Elliot and Aidan Turner.

IMAGINE is hosting a special exclusive one night screening on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at the Somerville Theatre in Davis Square.

Special guests from the film will be present at the reception including Silas Archer Gustaf, the in-house star of Critter Casting who plays the young Calvin Barr’s dog.

Twelve years in the making, THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT’s screenings have sold out in Montreal at the Fantasia Film Festival and then in London, Paris and Barcelona. IMAGINE is very excited about this opportunity to present this film at its one night only Boston premiere.

Tickets will go on sale next week.
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The story follows a legendary American war veteran named Calvin Barr (Elliott / Turner) who, decades after serving in WWII and assassinating Adolf Hitler, must now hunt down the fabled Bigfoot. Living a peaceful life in New England, the former veteran is contacted by the FBI and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to lead the charge as the creature is carrying a deadly plague and is hidden deep inside the Canadian wilderness.

Directed and written by Robert D. Krzykowski. Starring Sam Elliott as the older Calvin Barr in a riveting performance that critics say is one of his best. The film, which is Krzykowski’s directorial debut, made its World Premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival to rave reviews. Aidan Turner (Poldark), Ron Livingston (Office Space, Tully), Caitlin FitzGerald (Masters of Sex), Larry Miller (PRETTY WOMAN) and Ellar Coltrane (Boyhood) also star.

In addition to director Robert Krzykowski, the film was produced by Patrick Ewald, Lucky McKee, and Shaked Berenson. Executive Producers include Oscar-winning filmmakers Douglas Trumbull and John Sayles, Louise Lovegrove, Giles Daoust, Catherine Dumonceaux, Deborah Shriver and John Shriver.

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