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PDX German Film Festival Monthly Series presents 3 days in Quiberon (3 Tage in Quiberon)

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In our Monthly Film Series, we will show a variety of GERMAN or GERMAN language films from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month, audiences will now have a chance to see these films on a regular basis at the CLINTON STREET THEATER. (Children movies will be playing on Sunday afternoons – please check our website.) All films are with English subtitles.

PDX German Film Festival Monthly Series presents 3 days in Quiberon (3 Tage in Quiberon)

Showtimes

Wednesday, May 13
7:00pm
Emily Atef

Cast: Marie Bäumer, Birgit Minichmayr, Charly Hübner, Robert Gwisdek

Awards:

Best Feature Film (Gold), Best Director, Best Lead Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Original Soundtrack

Nominations for:

Best Sound Design, Best Make-Up Artist

3 days in Quiberon movie poster
3 days in Quiberon (3 Tage in Quiberon)
Director: 
Emily Atef
Country: 
Germany | Austria | France
Year: 
2018
Runtime: 
115 minutes

1981, Quiberon, a small village on the coast of Brittany. Hilde arrives to visit her old friend, who has retreated to a spa hotel to escape the daily pressures of her life. Her friend is world-famous star Romy Schneider, but together they come across as two ordinary women who are simply happy to be reunited. Shortly afterwards, the young journalist Michael Jürgs and Romy’s long-time acquaintance, photographer Robert Lebeck, arrive to conduct an interview for a large German publication. A cat-and-mouse game immediately ensues between the fragile diva and the ambitious author. The two embark on an emotional rollercoaster ride that fluctuates between tenderness and mutual manipulation. At the same time, Hilde tries to protect her friend from the journalists’ attempts to capture for their audience the innermost feelings of this fascinating woman. All this keeps these four people deeply engaged for three days and nights.

Special Admission

$10 General Admission; $8 Students/Seniors; $6 Children under 12

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