People v. The State of Illusion made its theatrical debut last weekend, and audiences flocked to its opening. With big number all weekend, Harkins announced that the film was #1 at Camelview in Scottsdale, one of the top independent theaters in the country. The film significantly outperformed Higher Ground, Senna, and The Guard also playing at the theater. Due to the successful opening, Harkins has extended People v. The State of Illusion for at least another week. It is playing five times a day at the theater, and people can get tickets by ordering them online at www.HarkinsTheatres.com or by getting them from the box office. However, the movie was sold out opening night, so people are advised to get their tickets in advance. Writer and Producer Austin Vickers will be doing an encore Q&A following the 7 pm showing this Saturday night.
“I think People v. The State of Illusion really resonates with people because it addresses issues like stress, perception, and how we look at life, but does so in the context of a story that is emotionally compelling