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Flesh and Blood

Flesh and Blood director Mark Webber (Green Room, The End of Love) plays the lead role in Flesh and Blood, his film about a man who who struggles to rebuild his life after a stint in prison. Based on a real family, the movie blurs the line between narrative and documentary, and many real-life people play their counterpart characters. The film screens tonight at 7:30 at the Capitol, and Webber will be available via Skype for a Q&A after its screening. Regular admission prices apply. (Niesel)

Venue Details

  • Capitol Theatre

    1390 West 65th St., Cleveland West Side/Ohio City/Tremont/Detroit Shoreway

    216-651-7295

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