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The Perfect Wave opens, Green River 6 Cinemas, July 11, 2014

By Mike Harris

The movie, "The Perfect Wave," will be opening Friday, July 11, 2014, at 12:55pmCT/1:55ET, at 3pmCT/4pmET, at 6pmCT/7pmET, at 8pmCT/9pmET, and 10:15CT/11:15ET, at the Green River 6 Cinemas, 730 Campbellsville Bypass, Campbellsville, KY 42718 in Campbellsville, KY, as well as in theaters in Somerset, Frankfort, and Elizabethtown, KY. Director Bruce McDonald and Ian McCormack, whose life is portrayed in the movie by Scott Eastwood, were both in Columbia, KY, last week to promote the film.

The film is about an Australian surfer's search for the perfect wave, and the incident off the coast of Mauritius where he was lethally stung by a box jellyfish, his memory of the afterlife, hell, heaven and back and was converted from atheism to become a Christian. McCormack visited South Central Kentucky for a series of five meetings, January 19-23, 2011, in Columbia, Somerset, Russell Springs, Eli, and Campbellsville, KY. Ian McCormack's website is A Glimpse of Eternity. I urge all who can attend one of the screenings to do so. - MIKE HARRIS, the writer, is a Columbia, KY, attorney and owner and CEO of Shoreline Communications

This story was posted on 2014-07-10 11:44:57
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