Atmen – Breathing Filmscreening at New Delhi

Breathing won awards in Cannes and Sarajevo and is now coming to New Delhi, yay!

For more information and details I have copied the text of the announcement from the Austrian Embassy in New Delhi:

Austrian Film Night in New Delhi – “ATMEN”

Mr. Michael Heinz, Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum of the Austrian Embassy New Delhi is inviting to a special Austrian Cultural Forum Film Club Screening of the film ATMEN (BREATHING):

 

When:           Wednesday, 23 April 2014, 7pm

Where:          Austrian Cultural Forum

                      EP 13 Chandragupta Marg

                      Chanakyapuri

                      New Delhi 110021

 The movie will be shown in German langauge with English subtitles.

Please join us for a reception after the screening hosted by the Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum.

 Entry is free, but seats are limited and RSVP by Tuesday, 22 April is essential.

Please bring your Photo ID for entry at the gate.

The directorial debut film by award-winning Austrian actor Karl Markovics shows how 19-year old Roman who lives in a young offender‘s institution and finds an unconventional job in a funeral home which shows him the path back to life.

19-year-old Roman Kogler has a chance to be released early from his young offenders’ institution. The odds are against him, however: he is an uncommunicative and solitary character without a family and doesn’t seem to be fit for re-socialization. As a day-release prisoner he has a job at a funeral home. Of all things, it is this job dealing with death that shows him the path back to life.

(Source: http://www.austrianculture.in/en/culture/new-delhi/activities/calendar-of-events/2014/austrian-film-night-in-new-delhi-atmen.html)

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