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Drafthouse Films’ NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN Opens This Friday

We'll also have screenings that will include a Skype Q&A and a special post-movie theological discussion.

Drafthouse Films’ NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN Opens This Friday

Inspired by atrocious true events, NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN follows Tore, a young lost soul involved with an underground Christian punk movement who falls in with a dysfunctional family curious to test his seemingly unwavering faith.

This intelligent psychological thriller, a thoughful meditation on religion, faith and the human psyche, doesn't shy away from unshakable horrors and has the fearlessness to examine them.

Reactions to the film at its Cannes debut were extreme as it's subject matter hit a nerve with some audience members. You can see what all the commotion was about this weekend at Slaughter Lane.

Director Katrin Gebbe will be doing a Skype Q&A after the Friday night screening at 940pm.

We'll also be having a special presentation that will include a post-screening discussion of the film's theological elements with a panel of experts.

Get your tickets for NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN at Slaughter Lane.

"INTENSE and GRIPPING…a robust and compelling first feature." -The Hollywood Reporter



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