Capitol Theatre to show ‘Religulous’ film

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Comedian Bill Maher’s 2008 documentary/comedy “Religulous” is playing in York for the first time at 3 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Capitol Theatre.
In case you missed the reviews, the film satirizes organized religion and religious belief. It was directed by Larry Charles, the same guy who did “Borat.” You may wonder how they got some of these folks to talk on camera, considering Maher’s views on faith. (He has said religion is a neurological disorder that justifies crazies and stops people from thinking.)


Apparently, the producers didn’t tell the interview subjects that they would be interviewed by Maher. They probably didn’t know what they were getting into.
The showing is sponsored by the group PA Nonbelievers.
Also at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center on Sunday is the 7:30 p.m. musical comedy “Nunsense,” starring Sally Struthers.

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