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Opens Today: Impolex At Brooklyn’s reRun Gastropub Theater

By Mike Everleth ⋅ July 15, 2011

WWII soldier carrying a missile while talking to a pretty girl in a forest

Alex Ross Perry‘s debut feature film Impolex is opening tonight, July 15, for a one-week run at Brooklyn’s reRun Gastropub Theater, which is quickly becoming the go-to place for unique and quirky indie feature films. Perry and other special guests will be in attendance at tonight’s screenings at 7 and 10 p.m. You can buy tickets here.

The Underground Film Journal reviewed Impolex about a year ago and called it “a stripped down, intellectualized throwback to the classic midnight movies of the ’70s.”

The film is a surreal WWII adventure in which a soldier (Riley O’Bryan) wanders the forest looking for unexploded ordinance. On his quest, he interacts several unusual characters, including a woman who might be from his past and a talking, philosophical octopus.

Beginning tonight, the film will screen nightly until Thursday, July 21. Visit the reRun theater website for more info and to buy tickets.

Watch the trailer:

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