“Ever since I can remember the Elm has been one of the go to theatres for great movies and refreshments,”
Set in the near future where advanced MRI technology can read your memory, Justice Is Mind follows businessman and restaurant owner Henri Miller who has been afflicted with unexplained headaches since childhood. When he has the new FVMRI procedure and it reveals that he has allegedly shot and killed two people, the trial of the century begins in which Miller is faced with his own memory at trial. But all is not as it seems as a dark family secret, held by Henri’s minister father Joseph, reveals itself in the courtroom. The official trailer can be viewed at this link:
Lund adds, “I believe what makes 'Justice' an entertaining film is that it not only addresses ethical and legal issues of neuroscience in the courtroom and patient privacy, but takes the audience on a journey of mystery and intrigue that doesn’t conclude until the very last scene.”
Ticket holders to the May 19th screening will also earn a dollar for dollar credit at Pizza Post in Oxford, Massachusetts. Pizza Post served as one of the filming locations for Justice Is Mind. Patrons just have to take their ticket from the May 19th screening to Pizza Post for redemption. Bob Leveillee, the owner of Pizza Post, plays Mr. Oxford in the film.
Justice Is Mind had its world premiere on August 18, 2013 in Albany, New York at the Capital District Film Festival. In addition to screening at theatres, science fiction conventions and law schools, Justice Is Mind was invited to screen at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). CMU’s research into thought identification “mind-reading”
Justice Is Mind [http://www.imdb.com/
About the Elm Draught House Cinema
The "ELM" is an icon of Millbury and know all over. The Elm is a Cinema Pub serving beer, wine and soft drinks for beverages. Snacks range from their world famous popcorn to pizza, nachos, burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches and more. The Elm has a very comfortable feel as a theatre of yesteryear. The theatre was originally opened in the late 1930s and ran through the mid-1970s with approximately 700 seats. It was converted to a Cinema Pub in 1983 with tables spreading out the seats for extra leg room. The Elm currently has 300 seats. The Elm shows sub/ 2nd - run movies for one week at a time with a new feature every Friday night. Outside of the weekly movies the Elm has comedy nights, sporting and special events.