Don't miss the Kelowna premiere of The Burlesque Assassins tonight (March 20th) at 7pm at the Grand 10 Cinema in support of the Okanagan Roller Derby.
The Burlesque Assassins, beautiful, deadly, and a vital weapon in the war against communism and tyranny that threaten our freedom.
Created during WWII by the lovers turned resistance fighters Johnny Valentine and Katarina Molotov, The Burlesque Assassins used the feminine charms of the dancehall to lure their way within killing distance of the top ranking members of the Nazi regime. Their mission, SEDUCE AND DESTROY.
The Burlesque Assassins is the first feature film of Canadian writer/director Jonathan Joffe, whose previous short films have earned him 20 awards and screened at over 50 festivals worldwide. Shot in April of 2011 in Calgary Canada, The Burlesque Assassins was produced with the backing of Telefilm Canada and Superchannel.
Show your support for this Canadian made film and the Okanagan Rollery Derby. For more info on The Burlesque Assassins check out their website here.