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Tuesday, 23. 04. 2024 / 17:20 / Main Hall
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From 3 April 2024

Radical Radical

Christopher Zalla / Mexico / 2023 / 125 min / Spanish

Screenings

Tuesday, 23. 04. 2024 / 17:20 / Main Hall
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Thursday, 25. 04. 2024 / 17:00 / Main Hall
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Saturday, 27. 04. 2024 / 17:50 / Main Hall
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Monday, 29. 04. 2024 / 17:50 / Main Hall
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Tuesday, 30. 04. 2024 / 15:15 / Main Hall
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“There are so many people in the world who never get a chance. This is a story about what happens when they do.” Based on a true story about an unconventional Mexican teacher, Radical won the audience award at the Sundance Festival.

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