After two sold out shows, Manhattan and The Villages, Florida, The Expediter, a coming of age indie film set in 1975, will screen next in Lancaster Pennsylvania’s very own (120 seat) Art House movie theater Besides being a soulful coming of age story, The Expediter explores themes such as America’s decline as a manufacturing superpower, multiculturalism in the workplace, alcoholism and untreated PTSD from WWII combat.
The lights go down at 7 p.m. but get there early to mingle with the filmmakers and friends and have a drink or two.
The film will be followed by a lively Q & A with the film’s writers, directors and producers Michael Domino and Robert Mladinich who is also a New York City Private Investigator and published author of four True Crime books. It will certainly be a fun and thought provoking Tuesday night in the great and artistically vibrant city of Lancaster, PA.
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