'The Hills Have Thighs' to play at Greater Park Circle film society

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Greater Park Circle Film Society to present award-winning comedy with colorful S.C. characters.

Read more stories on this subject in our Olde Village Talking Picture House topic page.The Olde Village Talking Picture House, located at 1080 East Montague Avenue in Park Circle is set to screen another South Carolina-based film. This is part of a project of the not-for-profit Greater Park Circle Film Society.

On Saturday, April 4, there will be a presentation of the award-winning film The Hills Have Thighs.

Below is a brief description of the film:

“The Hills Have Thighs” is an irreverent film set in the South by former SC assembly member turned filmmaker James Bubba Cromer. In the process of unraveling this Appalachian mystery, there are other colorful, larger than life characters, including: Drip Drywall, a possibly closeted homosexual who lives at a cat shelter known as “Pussy Heaven” with his mother; an Obama-obsessed Limousine Liberal from California named Tree-Tree, who has a penchant for Mammy Dolls and sees nothing wrong with her extensive collection of Negrobelia, to a colorful variety of big-boned ladies with even larger attitudes.

Film times are Saturday, April 4, at 4 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $2 for members and $5 for non-members. Free popcorn! The theater opens 15 minutes before the show and seating is limited to 50 persons.