German, Austrian and Swiss movies screened at Peasant’s Museum


A wide range of short and feature movies will be screened from Thursday to Sunday at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant at the third edition of the Summer Cinema, reports Mediafax.
The admission to all movies is free during all the days of the event. The movies are presented in German with English subtitles. According to the organizers, in case the weather is bad, the movies will be screened in the cinema hall of the museum.
The events will open on Thursday with a small reception at 8 pm as well as with the official welcome of the ambassadors of the three host countries at 9 pm. From 9:15 the German feature “The Greatest Dream (2011)” is scheduled. In this movie, a teacher who studied at Oxford imports football in 1874, a game unknown in Germany at that moment. He adopts also looser educational methods at a German boys’ school, along football.
Friday, at 9:15, one can watch the Austrian movie “High Performance (2014)” presenting the story of two brothers who, although different, fall in love with the same woman in a comedy about loyalty, family and manipulation.
Saturday night at 9:15 the Swiss movie “Tempo Girl (2013)” will be screened. In this movie, the young pseudo-writer Dominique Piepermann finds refuge in a forgotten valley of the Swiss Alps together with kebab merchant Deniz, when the editor rejects her folio on account of being a plagiarism.
In the last evening of the Summer Cinema, six short movies from the three countries will be presented on Sunday at 9:15.
The event is organized by the Embassies of Germany, Austria and Switzerland to Romania.

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