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Film “Man of God” coming to theaters March 21st for one night only



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The film “Man of God” coming to 800 theatres across the US on March 21st as a one-night only Fathom Events release

We are pleased to announce that “Man of God”, the highly anticipated award-winning box office hit based on the inspiring life of the widely venerated Greek Orthodox saint, Saint Nektarios of Aegina that won the hearts of the public in Greece, Russia and Serbia starring Hellenic Academy Award winner Aris Servetalis, Russian superstar Alexander Petrov, and Golden Globe winner Mickey Rourke, is finally coming to the big screen across the United States in 800 theatres nationwide on March 21st as one-night only Fathom Events release. Tickets are now available for purchase.

The Order of AHEPA is promoting the release of this film and asks our Chapters to do the same by sharing this with their members and with members of their communities. Please make an effort to attend one of these screenings and if you are able to do so, send us a photo and small write up of your experience! Submissions can be sent to events@ahepa.org.

About Man of God

Exiled unjustly, convicted without a trial and slandered without cause, St. Nektarios of Aegina’s life was one of persecution and prosecution. A priest of the common people, St. Nektarios’s popularity provoked the jealousy of the clergy in Alexandria and, as a result, he was defrocked and expelled from Egypt. In contrast to his religious “superiors”, Nektarios cared for the poor, taught peasant girls to read and write, and performed miracles. Even his last moment on earth was used to help another: upon his death, Nektarios’ undergarment was removed, and as it fell upon a paralyzed man in the hospital bed next to him, the lame man miraculously arose to walk. Nektarios was recognized as a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church in 1961, and his feast day is celebrated Nov. 9. The music for the film was composed by two-time French Cesar winner Zbigniew Preisner with special performance by Golden Globe winner Lisa Gerrard.




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