MAY 7 CLASSIC & SPECIAL INTEREST MOVIES ARE SHOWN IN THE CLUBHOUSE CINEMA ON FRIDAYS AT 11 AM (CC) & 3 PM NOVEMBER 5 ONE TRUE THING 2007 | R | 2h 7min The undervalued matriarch of the Gulden family (Meryl Streep) is diagnosed with cancer. Her journalist daughter (Renée Zellweger) returns from New York City to care for her mother at the request of her father (William Hurt). During the time she spends with her parents, she discovers secrets that she was never privy to in her childhood. Though she has always idolized her father, she learns that her mother has had a much more difficult life than she knew. NOVEMBER 12 UNFORGOTTEN: A HERO’S STORY OF WAR 2019 | NR | 57min Filmmaker Darrin Dick goes on a discovery to uncover the story of his Korean War veteran grandfather, Harold Bauer. A story of bravery, loss, and faith amidst the extremities of war. During an interview with his grandson and trip to the Korean War Memorial in DC, Harold opens up about his faith, family and memories from the "almost" Forgotten Korean War that he’s never told anyone. NOVEMBER 19 (NO 3 PM MOVIE) THE BIG CHILL 1983 | R | 1h 460min After years apart, a group of idealistic former college buddies (William Hurt, Kevin Kline, Glenn Close, JoBeth Williams, Mary Kay Place, Tom Berenger and Jeff Goldblum) who've followed divergent paths as adults reunite at the funeral of one of their own, reconnecting and reminiscing while a soundtrack of 1960s hits plays in the background. NOVEMBER 26 — NO MOVIE 21

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