There's only one more place in the world that processes Kodachrome, the brand name for Kodak's color-reversal film, in Netflix's new movie "Kodachrome."
And that place is Parsons, Kansas.
In real life, Dwayne's Photo Service in Parsons processed its last Kodachrome roll in 2010, as previously reported by The Eagle. The photo business was the last place in the world to process the film, according to the Associated Press. Business was crazy.
Now, the town of almost 10,000 people in southeast Kansas is the destination in the movie starring actors Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis and Elizabeth Olsen.
Harris' and Sudeikis' characters — a dying photographer and his estranged record-company executive son — head to the Parsons-based photo lab to process film, according to Netflix.
The movie is coming to Netflix on April 20; you can watch the trailer at https://www.netflix.com/title/80216834.
The trailer shows the stars in a red car driving underneath the giant sign that welcomes people to Parsons.
However, no parts of the movie were actually shot in Parsons, WIBW reported.