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Polished Edge: ‘Return to the Hiding Place’ film to screen in San Antonio Friday, May 23
Seatzy presents the World War II action-packed, riveting drama portraying the rescue of Dutch Jews during the Holocaust and the compelling story of a young band of passionate teens through the formation of their own Resistance Army, in “Return to the Hiding Place.” See info here: www.hide-movie.com.
Slated to open in select cities on Friday, May 23, the multi-award-winning film stars John Rhys-Davies (“Indiana Jones,” “Lord of the Rings”), Craig Robert Young (“NCIS: LA,” “Hawaii Five-O”), David Thomas Jenkins (“CSI: Miami,” “Bold and the Beautiful”), Rachel Spencer Hewitt (“Fly by Night,” “A Civil War Christmas”), and Mimi Sagadin (“The Dilemma”).
Seatzy allows moviegoers to participate in the process of supporting the films they love by getting ticket reservations (500 minimum) in early and assuring the film will play in the theater closest to them. Tickets for San Antonio, which when reserved/purchased will ensure that the film shows in this city, are currently available via www.seatzy.com/hidingplace.
Highlighting themes of endurance, perseverance, and faith with positive values and moving action sequences, “Return to the Hiding Place” is based on the true story taken from the autobiographical book of the same name written by Hans Poley that recounts his experiences as a student resistance fighter during the Holocaust in World War II. Set in Holland, the movie follows the exploits of an army of untrained teenagers living in hiding at Corrie Ten Boom’s home, who face deadly challenges in the Resistance as they rescue Dutch Jews from the Holocaust.
“Return to the Hiding Place” has also been recognized by Yad Vashem, Israel’s official memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. For the latest news and updates regarding “Return to the Hiding Place,” visit http://www.hide-movie.com.
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