MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Actor Emilio Estevez will be at the Hennepin County Library Sunday for a free screening of his new movie, “The Public.”

Estevez directs and stars in the new film, which is about librarians in Cincinnati who house homeless patrons in the library for a night.

The screening begins at 2 p.m. and is and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Estevez will attend and take questions from the audience at the film’s conclusion.

The event in Minneapolis is part of a pre-screening tour, taking place at libraries across the country.

“The Public” hits Twin Cities theaters April 5.

  1. Carmen Live says:

    What! Unreal! Is he the homeless person in the film? LOL! Just another actor with millions of dollars. Ask him to bring the homeless some good food, I am sure he eats some fine food. Not mold and hard donuts. And I am sure he eats his food hot when it is suppose to be hot, not some cold cooked sausage sitting in a warmer that is suppose to keep the pork hot, but oh well we are just homeless people we eat anything right? NO we do not eat anything. But the food some of these places feed humans will kill you as it is killing me.