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ReelAbilities: Cincinnati Film Festival Presents: Ocean Heaven

Kyle Pope
730-930 p.m. , Monday March 11 | $10

 Xiao Lu Xue - China - Mandarin - 96 minutes - 2011 


Jet :i, in his first dramatic role, stars in this moving story of a father's tireless love for his autistic son and his attempt to teach his son the life skills necessary to survive on his own. A poignant tribute to parents' infinite love for their children. 


Proceeds go to benefit to Autism Society. 


Parking is Free! 



Where: Kenwood Theatre
Phone: 513-984-4488
Address: 7815 Kenwood Road
Website: http://www.kenwoodtheatre.com

Kenwood Theatre

7815 Kenwood Road
Kenwood, Ohio
45236
 
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