New DVDs at the Nichols Library include “Dumbo”, Tim Burton’s take on the Disney story about the baby elephant that could fly. In “The Public”, a city library becomes battleground over homeless people seeking shelter during a winter emergency. In “The Best of Enemies”, a civil rights activist and a Klansman seek common ground over school integration. “Hotel Mumbai” dramatizes the notorious 2008 terrorist attack on the Taj Mahal Hotel. In “Fast Color”, a woman haunted by mysterious forces flees to her family farmhouse while being pursued by a local sheriff. There, she must mend broken relationships and unearth the power within her. “Mia and the White Lion” is a coming of age story about a girl and singular lion cub who run away on an epic trek across the African savanna.
35 Plymouth Street Center Harbor NH 03226-1339
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Call 603-253-6950 or email us.
Quotable“The precise role of the artist is to illuminate that darkness, so that we will not, in all our doing, lose sight of our purpose, which is to make the world a more human dwelling place.” James Baldwin