Once you’ve settled in your seat, you’ll soon forget there’s popcorn on your lap since the movie will have you devoured from the word go.
She’s pretty in an accessible way, optimistic even in her bleakest moments, and the type of person you both want to be and to avoid being. It’s just like that in her latest film, Mistress America. You can watch it tonight in Leipzig, in the original, at Kinobar Prager Frühling.
Steven Spielberg’s latest movie stars Tom Hanks as an Atticus Finch-type character defending a marginalized person in American society: in this case a suspected Soviet spy in the Cold War era. You can catch the movie at Leipzig’s Luru Kino tonight.
What if I told you the abandoned building you pass by everyday was once revolutionary and palace-like inside?
The friend who watched the movie with me at Leipzig’s Regina Palast Monday evening said he felt the movie had two main takeaways: that women are weak and that you cannot trust Mexicans. I must say I would’ve been quite surprised by a truly feminist, stereotype-defying Hollywood movie.
This elucidating, award-winning portrait of the long-standing domestic worker culture in Brazilian society, focusing on a particular fictional family’s story, is playing at naTo in Leipzig this month.