Good Bye, Lenin! (2003)
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In 1989, an oppressive sight in Berlin was knocked down: the Wall. The same year saw further astonishing events, as the socialist system was also dismantled. These events became known in Hungary as the 'System Change'. Wolfgang Becker's film, however, does not evoke these celebrated historical events. Instead, this black comedy attempts to show us the lives of ordinary people in a place that had become a dividing line between East and West. It is a humorous, bitter story. When a woman falls into a coma, she is in the GDR, but, by the time she wakes up, she finds herself in another world - reunified Germany - except for the fact that her family tries to save her from the shock.
In German, with Hungarian subtitles.
The discussions before and after the screening will be conducted in Hungarian.
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