You have about a week to reserve your tickets for the exclusive Honolulu screening of "Little Pink House," the feature film about the Kelo v. City of New London case, scheduled for June 11, 2018:
Two key dates:
- June 4, 2018: This is the deadline to buy your ticket. The way this works is that if a critical mass of tickets are presold, the screening is a go. If for some reason not enough tickets are sold by June 4, you get a refund. No lose. So buy your ticket here, right now.
- June 11, 2018: The date of the screening. It will start at 6:30pm, at the Consolidated Theatres Kahala 8 (convenient, plus plenty of parking). Easy.
We've seen the film. It is a compelling piece, and very accurate to the real story (with a few concessions to the art form, of course).
If you know eminent domain law, you will like this movie (spoiler alert!). And if you aren't that familiar with eminent domain, be prepared to be educated and entertained.
Thanks to Honolulu real estate agent (and victim of eminent domain) Choon James, for setting this up.