Movie set in St. Louis helps close last day of STLIFF

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(KTVI)-The 2014 St. Louis International Film Festival wraps up this weekend but not before a film shot in St. Louis is shown. SLIFF describes “Four Color Eulogy” is a “dramatic comedy that shows it’s never too late to let go of the past or to create a new future.”

The story follows an aspiring comic-book creator Chris, who left St. Louis and moved to Portland, OR with his girlfriend to start a new life. But when he learns that his mother is ill, they pack up their lives and move back home. Chris is forced to face both his mother’s mortality and a nagging childhood question: Who was his father?

“Four Color Eulogy” will be shown at 3:00pm, Sunday, Nov. 23, at the Tivoli Theatre. Tickets are $12.

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