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Film Discussion of "Body Heat"
As part of the Adult Summer Reading series, the West Caldwell Public Library, 30 Clinton Road, will present a Film Discussion of "Body Heat" led by Stephen Whitty, Star-Ledger film critic, on Tuesday, July 24 at 6:00 pm in the Community Room.
This seductive crime drama focuses on a seedy small town lawyer(William Hurt) and his steamy affair with a wealthy married woman (Kathleen Turner). During a searing heat wave in Florida, she convinces the lawyer to murder her husband (Richard Crenna). However, some unforeseen obstacles jeopardize the muder plot. What will the outcome be?
This film discussion is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required. Call 973-226-5441 to sign-up.
More About West Caldwell Public Library
The West Caldwell Public Library is one of 75 libraries in the Bergen County Cooperative Library System. Access to the library catalog can be made from any computer outside of the library. Resources can be reserved online using your library card number.
The library offers 40,000 book titles, 200 magazine and other periodical titles, a large selection of videocassettes, compact discs and books on audio cassette. There is also year-round children's programming, including seasonal special programs such as the annual Summer Reading Game, special and regular story hour sessions, "Tiny Tot" programs for 2-year-olds and a parent and after-school programs for school-age children. Programs for young adults include a monthly book discussion group, an annual summer reading club and other special events.
There are several copying machines and a trained staff to provide in-house or telephone information from carefully selected reference materials and appropriate Internet sites.
Membership is free to all residents, taxpayers, employees and students in West Caldwell and to students eligible for the the Caldwell-West Caldwell School System. All others are invited to purchase an annual membership.