Community Movie Night: An Amish Murder
Monday, June 17 at 6:00 PM
Join us in the Community Room on the third Monday evening of each month for a free showing of a popular movie or television show. No registration necessary. Call the library at 330-343-6123 for more information. Specific titles and ratings information will be available a week before each showing. To suggest a film, please call or email Teen Librarian Liz Strauss at email@example.com.
On Monday, June 17th the library will be showing, An Amish Murder (2013):
About An Amish Murder
In "An Amish Murder", the peaceful Amish farming community of Painter’s Mill, Ohio, is shattered when a series of brutal murders leaves the town with a sense of frailty and loss of innocence. Among the most affected by the tragedy was Kate Burkholder (Campbell), a young girl who survived the terror and, as a result, left the Amish life behind. Fifteen years later, Kate returns to Painter’s Mill as its Chief of Police. Certain she’s come to terms with her past, Kate’s renewed life in her hometown is shattered when a murder investigation triggers deep-seated emotions from her childhood and exposes a dark secret that could destroy her.
"An Amish Murder" is executive produced by Neve Campbell ("The Company"), Barbara Lieberman (Lifetime’s "The Pregnancy Project", "Murder in the Hamptons") and Poppy Montgomery (Lifetime’s "Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story", "Unforgettable"). The film is directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal ("Girl Fight", "Homegrown") and written by Mark Malone ("Law & Order: Criminal Intent").