The Central Canada Film Group is presenting the Manchurian Candidate at the Hapnot Collegiate Theatre tomorrow night. The Groups Colin Davis says you will find out why this film suddenly got pulled from theatres and why it was hardly heard of again until 1988. He points out this is the original 1962 version with Frank Sinatra and Angela Lansbury that was years ahead of its time and is still as relevant today as it was back then. He explains in the story Staff Sergeant Raymond Shaw comes home from the battlefield a war hero unaware that he and his platoon were all brainwashed when they were captured by the enemy and now he is home and they are getting ready to use him.
The Manchurian Candidate will be shown tomorrow night at 7:30 in the Hapnot Collegiate Theatre and as always the Friday films are free.