ARMONK, N.Y. -- As part of its weekly film series with Valerie Franco, the North Castle Public Library announced that it is showing "An Everlasting Piece" on Friday, March 25.
The 2000 comedy, the library notes, takes place in 1980s Northern Ireland and features a pair of wig salesmen with different political views.
The movie, the library notes, was written by and features Barry McEvoy, whose father's experiences served as its inspiration.
Barry Levinson served as the movie's director, the library adds.
The screening will be in Whippoorwill Hall and start at 7 p.m.
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