“Nicky’s Family”, the powerful story of Sir Nicholas Winton, and his rescue of 669 Czeckoslovakian children in 1939 is opening in Los Angeles theaters. The film which has won over 30 audience awards has been both critically and popularly acclaimed as a moving testament to a truly heroic man. The film will be opening across the Laemalle circuit of theaters, at the Royal, Towncenter, Pasadena, and Clairemont cinemas starting July 19th.
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