Death of a Nation

August 9, 2018

“Death of a Nation” made it’s debut on Monday in Pocatello. It’s the new Dinesh D’Souza movie making public how U.S. history was changed. We arrived 30 minutes early and it was SOLD OUT. We thought that was a good sign, although it seemed that there were only a few people around.

We thought maybe there was a pre-gathering and everyone was inside early. A group of about four ticket holders passed us and said they had purchased their tickets online. A small group gathered outside hoping for seats, but no seats came available.

Now I’ve heard it was the same in Idaho Falls. My friend had tickets and said the marquee said SOLD OUT, but inside there was only about 30 people.

Can someone explain this to me? Why would a movie be marked “sold out” if there were only 30 people in the theater?

Lynda Eggimann,


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