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David Baldacci's "Wish You Well" movie trailer released

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Locals are now able to see some of the first glimpses of a movie shot in Giles County, Virginia. “Wish you well,” a novel written by famed author David Baldacci which was adapted into a screen play.

The movie has been premiering in various film festivals across the country since 2013. For those who haven’t been able to see it yet, there is now a sneak peak online.

“Wish you Well,” announced on Facebook this week that the film is now an Official Selection at the Sedona Film Festival in Arizona in late February.

In preparation for the festival, an official trailer of the movie which features scenes filmed at the Cascades in Pembroke and even shots of the New River has been released.

To view the trailer online click here.

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