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Film: There will be Blood 

Monday, March 3

The local film series Truman Capote Goes to the Movies continues with what's arguably the best of the six titles being shown in this program presented by the Public Library. Based on Capote's most notorious novel, 1967's In Cold Blood centers on the real-life slaying of a farmland family by a pair of drifters. Nominated for four Academy Awards (including both Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay bids for Richard Brooks), this superb dramatization contains numerous scenes that will be familiar to those who caught 2005's Capote -- clearly, though, this is the superior picture. 6:30 p.m. Free. Wachovia Theatre, ImaginOn, 300 E. 7th St. www.plcmc.org.

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