Library holds two movie nights
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Priceless & Gifted Hands
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DOVER- The Dover Free Library will be showing two movies this week. On Monday, August 28, is the drama “Priceless.” Inspired by true stories, this drama follows James, a desperate man at a crossroads, who agrees to drive a box truck on a shady, one-time trip cross-country for cash (no questions asked) only to discover that “what” he is delivering is actually a “who.” James is compelled to help despite the danger that awaits them all in this inspiring tale of love, strength, and redemption.

The 2017 film is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material involving human trafficking and some violence, and runs approximately 90 minutes.

The movie on Tuesday, August 29 is “Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story.” Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. stars in this true story biopic about the renowned brain surgeon who overcame obstacles to change the course of medicine forever and has since become a leading figure in United States politics, an author, and the current US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. This 2009 film is not rated and runs approximately 90 minutes.

Both movies are free and begin at 5:30 pm. The Dover Free Library is located on Holland Road. For more information call (802) 348-7488.
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