Enzian Theater’s next event in its ongoing “Science on Screen“ series will feature a screening of hit animated film Akira at 11 a.m. Saturday, December 4.
The movie is set in 1988 Japan, when the Japanese government drops an atomic bomb on Tokyo following experiments on telepathic children going very, very wrong. 31 years after the bombing, a bike gang leader in Neo-Tokyo (because the old one got blown up), Kaneda, tries to save his friend from a secret government project and old problems rise to the surface … #ShitGetsReal.
The film will be preceded by a presentation by Dr. Christine Simmonds-Moore from the University of West Georgia, via Zoom, where she will discuss psychokinesis and the study of Parapsychology in general and as it relates to the film.
Tickets are $9 and can be purchased HERE.