Boulderites will have to wait until this fall to get a free sample of legal weed before watching the documentary "Mile High: The Comeback of Cannabis" at the Boulder Theater.

A Wednesday screening of the film in Boulder has been postponed until this fall, according to filmmaker Adam Hartle, who had planned to stand outside the theater and give out a small amount of legal marijuana to anyone 21 or older with a valid ID.

Showings at the Mayan Theater in Denver for today, Wednesday and Thursday are still on, Hartle said -- and so is the free weed.

Hartle said Boulder Theater planners wanted to wait until the fall, when more University of Colorado students are in Boulder, to show the film. A new date has not yet been set, according to the theater box office.

The film is a comedy documentary about Amendment 64, a 2012 ballot initiative that legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado.

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