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Movies for Grown-ups @ Woods Hole Public Library
March 10 @ 7:00 pm
The next, and last, in the Woods Hole Public Library’s winter series of Films for Grown Ups will be held on Monday evening March 10, starting at 7 PM. All the films in the series have been recently released feature films, so mainstream that they come with strictures on what is allowed as publicity. As people who have been attending to these films realize, the Library is not allowed to name either the title or the actors or the producers in public announcements. Instead, the Library has taken to offering clues for the public to solve. Anyone who is unsure of the identity of the film is welcome to phone the Library and ask; the Librarian is allowed to answer with the exact title in response to a direct question. This film was just released in October 2013, runs 91 minutes, and has two actors who have become favorites, especially of the just-retired population. Among other starring roles, the female lead starred in “Sleepless in Seattle”; the male lead starred in “Oceans Eleven”, and more recently, “The Descendants”. The Library film is officially listed as science fiction, and features an accident on a space shuttle which leaves these two people adrift in space. It has been rated PG13 for “intense perilous sequences, some disturbing images and brief strong language.”