It’s always exciting to see how Princeton comes to the mind of those who want to unleash exciting and noteworthy movies to the world. Princeton will be the place to catch the national premier screening of a controversial new feature-length documentary on Apostle Paul and early Christianity. The Princeton community will be treated to the primer documentary that will be brought to them by a local filmmaker.
Roberto Orlando, a scholar and artist, has trained at the School of Visual Arts and spent much of his career in New York City. He then decided to set up his production company in Princeton, where he is now based.
The new documentary film, A Polite Bribe, has been described as a film that sheds light onto “a long overlooked episode involving a collection of gold of biblical proportions.” The documentary takes a look into an alternate version of Christianity’s beginning by focusing on Apostle Paul.
A Polite Bribe will make its way to the Garden Theatre on May 1st and the movie will screen at 7 and 9:20pm, with the director’s after party at Triumph. For more information about the film or to purchase tickets to the May 1st screenings, visit www.apolitebribe.com