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Murphy Library shows love story to the beat of reggae drums

Posted on: March 21, 2011

If you are a fan of Clark Johnson’s work in “The Wire” and as Detective Meldrick Lewis in “Homicide: Life on the Street”, then you will want to see “Nurse.Fighter.Boy” Film Movement’s love story that follows the beat of a reggae drum.

This Canadian-made urban drama gently combines a single mother, a has-been boxer, and a boy with music in his blood.   The library will show it Thursday at 3:15 and 6 p.m.  Runs 93 minutes.  There is adult material and some scenes may not be suitable for young people.


Karen LeBlanc is “Nurse” Jude, who works at a local hospital.  When “Fighter” Silence (Clark Johnson) shows up needing attention after a fight, his eyes start to glow when he sees Jude.  She is wary, though.  After all, she has “Boy” Ceil (Daniel J. Gordon) to protect and encourage.


Film Movement allows the library to advertise and show their films once before they go into circulation.  Call 837-2417 for details.

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