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Movie Set At First United Church In Fulton

FULTON, NY – The community is invited to watch family friendly (PG) movie set in France and featuring the struggle of immigrants from India in the context of French culture and cuisine.

This movie will be shown at First United Church of Fulton, 33 S. Third St. on March 15, in the Fellowship Hall starting at 2 p.m.

Admission is free.

Popcorn and soda will also be served free of charge.

The community is welcome.

Due to copyright limitations, we are unable to publish the name of this movie or the names of the actors.

We are able to say that a family, displaced from their native India, settles in the quaint village of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val in the south of France.

Filled with charm, this setting is both picturesque and elegant – the ideal place to settle down and open an Indian restaurant.

That is, until the chilly chef proprietress, of a Michelin starred, classical French restaurant gets wind of it.

Icy protests follow against the new Indian restaurant just one hundred feet away.

The ensuing drama weaves magic between their two cultures’ cuisines.

This movie is sponsored by the Older Adult Team of The Open Doors Neighborhood Center of the First United Church.

First United is affiliated with the American Baptist Churches, USA and the Presbyterian Church (USA).

The congregation is active in the greater Fulton community through the Greater Fulton Area Council of Christian Churches and other avenues of sharing.

The facility offers hearing assistance, and it is accessible to those who are physically handicapped.

Sunday worship takes place each week at 11 a.m.

For further information about the First United Church and our Open Doors Neighborhood Center, contact Rev. David Nethercott at First United Church at 592-2707 or [email protected]