An arthouse theater in Stamford, Connecticut is tired of customers asking for their money back after they’ve bought tickets to see Terrence Malick‘s new movie, The Tree of Life starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, which won the prestigious Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The theater has posted a notice for moviegoers at the box office, pictured at left, stating that there are no refunds. Adam Birnbaum, Avon’s director of business development and film programming, told indiewire: “The memo shouldn’t be misconstrued to imply that the majority of the audience disliked the film.” He goes on to explain, “There was a small but vocal minority of patrons who walked out of the film, but there were a few individuals who were fairly nasty and belligerent towards the management staff, demanding their money back… The combination of walkouts and isolated instances led us to take our approach with the memo.” The movie has a 66 percent positive rating at Rotten Tomatoes, although at Tribute.ca, viewers have rated it only 2.5 out of 5 stars. The film is currently showing in limited release across Canada. Have you seen it? What did you think? Click here to review the film.