The owners of the theater, who had not previously viewed the film themselves, returned all the proceeds to disgruntled patrons. Greston Damlidge, proprietor of the three-screen Vale Oracular Spectacular Cinemaplex, remained at a loss to explain the countless glitches in the film.
He said: "Our technicians have gone over every inch of the projectors and sound systems. We still can't figure out what happened to the sound. Nothing seems to be broken, but whenever we load up the movie, there's absolutely no talking until the last minute or so. It's uncanny. There's also no color. Given that the equipment is operational, we think the studio sent us a damaged reel or perhaps even the wrong reel. This appears to be a picture made in the 1920s. We've sent angry letters to The Weinstein Company demanding that they provide us with the proper film or return all the money we sent them."
As of this reporting, Damlidge contends that the issue remains unresolved. Representatives from The Weinstein Company declined to comment on the status of the complaint, responding only with laughter and crude criticisms of San Narciso County residents. The Vale Oracular Spectacular Cinemaplex is now refusing to run any film distributed through TWC or Dimension Films.
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