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From 23 May 2019

The Captain Der Hauptmann

Robert Schwentke / Germany, Poland, France / 2017 / 118 min / German

Screenings

Thursday, 23. 05. 2019 / 20:30 / Main Hall
Friday, 24. 05. 2019 / 18:30 / Main Hall
Saturday, 25. 05. 2019 / 21:00 / Main Hall
Sunday, 26. 05. 2019 / 11:00 / Main Hall

Breakfast at Kinodvor

Monday, 27. 05. 2019 / 16:15 / Main Hall
Tuesday, 28. 05. 2019 / 21:00 / Main Hall
Wednesday, 29. 05. 2019 / 18:45 / Main Hall
A wartime drama based on true events, this grotesque and stylised feature, peppered with dark humour forms an allegory of the corruptive force of strength, in which a deserter’s discovery of a simple uniform brings with it a monstrous influence.

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In the chaotic last two weeks of World War II, in April 1945, Willi Herold, a 19-year-old private, ragged and starving, barely manages to escape being gunned down by his fellow countrymen. Trying to steal some eggs at a nearby farm, he ends up killing the farmer, which marks the beginning of his transformation from the condemned to the judge, a desperate man who in dire straits has no qualms of participating in the evil himself. He soon finds an abandoned car with a Captain’s uniform, a coat and shoes. Gathering a group of deserters, he proceeds to kill and plunder his way through a beaten Nazi Germany. The role of a man deciding the lives and deaths of others on a whim immediately starts feeling natural.

“I wanted to make a film about the structural dynamics of national socialism. /…/ I found it interesting to make a film about that period of time with a character who was not motivated by ideology, or even by ambition, but simply by the desire to survive, a desire that of course evolves as he gains power. I wanted to make a film about people who are rushed into a situation and how they manage.” (Robert Schwentke)

Robert Schwentke
Born in Stuttgart, in 1968. In 1992, he graduated in filmmaking from the Los Angeles Columbia College Hollywood. A filmmaker and writer, he has gained renown with films that include Flightplan, RED and two films in the Divergent series: Insurgent and Allegiant.

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