Announcing a new Meetup for The New York City German Culture Meetup Group!
What: Movie: Alle Anderen
When: October 4,[masked]:00 PM
Film Society Of Lincoln Center Walter Reade Theatre
165 W. 65th St.
New York, NY 10023
Sorry I've been out of touch, been very busy the last couple of weeks and I'm going on vacation very soon. So I haven't scheduled anything for the month of October. However, The New York film Festival is playing a German movie this Sunday and Monday. I don't think I will be able to make it to either day, but I will post it as a Meetup event in case any of you want to go together. If I come at the last minute I'll see you there, but I would recommend purchasing tickets in advance.
I will be out of touch after next week, but will schedule something for November when I get back later in the month.
Alles gute und lieben Gru?,
Here are the movie details:http://www.filmlinc.com/
Everyone Else / Alle Anderen
Maren Ade, 2009, Germany, 120m
"? [a] delicious, acutely observed dissection of the mercurial emotional and psychological ties between two young lovers?Everything in this film seems new, yet at the same time, completely recognizable and completely right." ?Hollywood Reporter
One of the most accomplished unraveling-couple films of recent years, writer-director Maren Ade?s second feature brilliantly captures the growing disconnect between mismatched young lovers Chris (Lars Eidinger) and Gitti (Birgit Minichmayr), whose moments of tender intimacy are often immediately followed by cruel passive-aggressive behavior. On vacation with Gitti at his parents? villa in Sardinia, architect Chris feels his artistic greatness has been unrecognized; his sulking is sometimes indulged by his far more sanguine girlfriend. After spending time with an older, more successful friend and his pregnant wife, the fault lines in Chris and Gitti?s relationship grow even wider. For all the film?s emotionally volatile scenes, Everyone Else never devolves into histrionics, its precise examination of the hazards of coupledom always ringing honest, true, and instantly recognizable.
Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, The Film Society of Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater is on 65th Street near Amsterdam Avenue.
Our theater is convenient to the 65th Street stop of the 1 train, as well as being five blocks from a major transportation hub, Columbus Circle. Bus Lines M104, M5, and M7 all stop in front of Lincoln Center.
Walk west on 65th Street, look for the FILM banner on 65th Street. For access to the upper level use: the new public staircase on the north side of 65th St near the mid-block crossing, the elevator in the Juilliard School, the elevator or the escalator directly beneath the theater.
Learn more here:http://expatgerman.meetup.com/24/calendar/11526757/