08 Apr – Goethe – film


logo_gi_48x130.jpg Goethe-Institut Hanoi
56-58 Nguyen-Thai-Hoc, Hanoi

Tues, 08 Apr, 5.30 pm

Elling poster 1 Elling poster 2

Ellin

A Norwegian film, which has received a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.

Late Update: apparently the director is here and will be at the screening tonight.

from Wikipedia:

The movie deals with the main character, Elling, a man in his 40s, and his struggle to function normally in society. He suffers from anxiety, dizziness, and neurotic tendencies, preventing him from living on his own. Elling has lived with his mother for his entire life, and when his mother dies, the authorities take him from the apartment where he has always lived and send him to an institution. His roommate there is the simpleminded, sex-obsessed Kjell Bjarne. The Norwegian government pays for the two to move into an apartment in Oslo, where every day is a challenge as they must prove they can get out into the real world and lead relatively normal lives. With the help of social worker Frank and a few new friends, they learn to break free from their respective conditions.
Elling has been translated into several languages and has also received one Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.

Tues, 08 Apr, 5.30 pm


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Goethe-Institut Hanoi
56-58 Nguyen-Thai-Hoc
Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel.: +84 4 7342251
Fax: +84 4 7342254
info@hanoi.goethe.org
www.goethe.de/ins/vn/han/enindex.htm

3 Responses to 08 Apr – Goethe – film

  1. Joe Holland says:

    Hi, do we know what time the film, Elling, at Goethe Inst, is showing?

  2. Joe Holland says:

    Hi, I called Goethe Inst, they said the showing of the film will be at 5:30 PM, today.

  3. Thanks Joe!
    i overlooked it in the info i got.

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