The Charm School

Based on the Nelson Demille Novel

The Cold War Thriller is now a Film!

Something very strange—and sinister—is going on in the Russian woods at Borodino. In a place called Mrs. Ivanova’s Charm School, young KGB agents are being taught by American POWs how to be model citizens of the USA. The Soviet goal—to infiltrate the United States undetected. When an unsuspecting American tourist stumbles upon this secret, he sets in motion a CIA investigation that will reveal horrifying police state savagery and superpower treachery.

The spine-tingling story of espionage has been brought to film in this epic debut of Director Drew Valsamedis. Brought to you from the producers of Argo, The Charm School promises to be an edge-of-your-seat thriller right to the very end.

Critics Love "The Charm School"

"Breathtaking work of absolute masterpiece." - The New York Times

"The best film of the year." - Entertainment Weekly

"An edge-of-your-seat thriller. You will be holding your breath until the very end." - The Washington Post

"4 stars. A serious player for winning Best Picture at the Oscars." - New York Daily News

"Marvelous. I could watch it one hundred times and my eyes would still be glued to the screen." - People

"An instant classic." - The Los Angeles Times

"The Charm School" Premiere

Friday, June 24th, 7pm

4 Pennsylvania Plaza

New York, NY

Schedule of Premiere Night

5:30 pm - Gates Open

7:00 pm - Viewing of The Charm School begins

9:30 pm - Interviewing of Panel of Actors, Producers and Director

11:00 pm - Premiere ends

Meaningful Quotes from the Novel

"Who controls the past, controls the future: who controls the present controls the past."

"Napolean Bonaparte, said, 'Never interrupt an enemy while he's making a mistake.'"

"The least free people in a free society are people like us who have a sworn duty to defend the constitution."

"Russia was a second-rate nation, but they had first-rate weapons and a world-class secret police."

"They were willing to swap freedom for security. The next step was believing what the government implied: Slavery was freedom."

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