Rhinebeck’s “Movies Under the Starrs,” a joint presentation of the Rhinebeck Recreation Department and the Starr Library, co-sponsored by the Rhinebeck Lions Club, continues this week with an uplifting story, bound to pull the heartstrings.
On Friday, August 10th, this week’s film “WONDER” will begin at 8:15 PM at the pavilion at the Thompson-Mazzarella Town Park. A description of the film is below. There is no charge. Come enjoy the show and bring some friends!
You can get the latest information about this seasonal program by visiting and following our Facebook page, Rhinebeck’s Movies Under the Starrs, or you can contact Frank Intervallo at (914) 329-8615 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Wonder ( 2017 )
PG | 1h 53min | Drama , Family |
Auggie Pullman suffers from a severe facial deformity that has prevented him from attending a regular school. However, he is set to start a traditional school for the start of his fifth grade year. As his teachers and peers struggle to accept hum, Auggie teaches them that he was born to make a difference. He doesn’t let his deformity define who he is and who will become. His attitude and zest for life teaches others about acceptance and the uniqueness of every individual.