September Friday Movies

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HUNTINGDON VALLEY LIBRARY

FRIDAY ADULT MOVIE MATINEES @ 11 AM

Movies are free and open to the public

Movie details courtesy of imdb.com

Sept. 7  15:17 To Paris

In the early evening of August 21, 2015, the world watched in stunned silence as the media reported a thwarted terrorist attack on Thalys train #9364 bound for Paris, an attempt prevented by three courageous young Americans traveling through Europe. The film follows the course of the friends’ lives, from the struggles of childhood through finding their footing in life, to the series of unlikely events leading up to the attack. Rating: PG-13 (for bloody images, violence, some suggestive material, drug references and language)  Runtime: 120 minutes. Warner Bros.

Sept. 14 Chappaquiddick

In the riveting suspense drama, CHAPPAQUIDDICK, the scandal and mysterious events surrounding the tragic drowning of a young woman, as Ted Kennedy drove his car off the infamous bridge, are revealed in the new movie starring Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne. Not only did this event take the life of an aspiring political strategist and Kennedy insider, but it ultimately changed the course of presidential history forever. Rating: PG-13 (for thematic material, disturbing images, some strong language, and historical smoking)  Runtime:  101 minutes. Apex Entertainment.

Sept. 21  The Rider

Based on his a true story, THE RIDER stars breakout Brady Jandreau as a once rising star of the rodeo circuit warned that his competition days are over after a tragic riding accident. Back home, Brady finds himself wondering what he has to live for when he can no longer do what gives him a sense of purpose: to ride and compete. In an attempt to regain control of his fate, Brady undertakes a search for new identity and tries to redefine his idea of what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.  Rating: R (for language and drug use.  Runtime: 104 minutes. Cavier.

Sept. 28 Dark River
Following the death of her father, Alice (Golden Globe (R)-winner Ruth Wilson, “The Affair”) returns to her home village for the first time in 15 years to claim from her estranged brother (Mark Stanley, “Game of Thrones”) the family farm she believes is rightfully hers. From acclaimed filmmaker Clio Barnard, one of the premier new voices in British cinema, DARK RIVER is a taut and powerful psychological drama.  Rating: NR. Runtime:  91 minutes. BFI.