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Published on January 19, 2012

LMH Movie Magic

Theo Hayes, 6 News Lawrence reports on the Sublime & Beautiful shooting at LMH.

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Lawrence Memorial Hospital making movie magic

By Theo Hayes on January 19, 2012

LAWRENCE - Scenes from ‘The Sublime and Beautiful’ are being filmed inside Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

The movie is about a drunk driver who kills a family’s children during a car accident. What follows is the actor’s descent and their eventual steps toward healing. The movie is the brainchild of Blake Robbins who is best known for his role as Tom Halpert in NBC’s “The Office.” Robbins is the writer and director of the movie and says standing on the other side of the lens for the first time is a dream come true.

“I’m standing in a blessed moment right now, my dream is coming true and its turning out better than I’ve ever conceived,” said Robbins. Robbins chose Lawrence to shoot the movie because he fell in love with the town several years ago when he worked on the movie “Bunker Hill.”

The movie will likely be out by winter of 2013; and several sites in Lawrence, including the hospital, the cemetery, Buffalo Bob’s and The Java Break, are in the movie.

Better Health

Walktober® is a national walking campaign designed to boost walking and thus overall fitness. The goal is to get 150 minutes a week of physical activity. Aynsley Anderson, RN, Community Education Coordinator and LMH Walktober organizer states "October is an ideal time to start or renew a walking program; the temperatures are moderate and the colors spectacular. Join us! Get out and walk!"


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