On Monday, March 12, a German film festival opened in the Don capital. According to the official statement from the Don Public Library, it is held in association with the Goethe-Institut, Moscow.
Notably, on March 12, they will show a comedy, Fack ju Göhte (directed by Bora Dağtekin in 2013 and released in the United States under the title Suck Me Shakespeer). It tells about adventures of a young German swindler and schemer. Dominik Graf's Die geliebten Schwestern (English: Beloved Sisters) will be shown on Tuesday, March 13. Hannah Arendt is scheduled on the next day. The drama, produced six years ago, tells a story of a famous German-born Jewish social activist, philosopher, political theorist and lecturer.
Besides, as part of the festival, on March 12 to 17, viewers will watch the films: Fack ju Göhte, Die geliebten Schwestern, Hannah Arendt, Der 20. Juli (English: The Plot to Assassinate Hitler), Grüße aus Fukushima (English: Greetings from Fukushima), Der ganz große Traum (English: Lessons of a Dream), Das Wunder von Bern (English: The Miracle of Bern). The movies are shown in the original language, supplemented by Russian subtitles. All the shows start at 6:30 p. m.
Please see details on the website of the Don Public Library, the shows take place in its cinema hall.