Sunday, March 3rd at The Miracle Theater
6.40pm – 8.40pm
Tickets also available at the door
Written and Directed by Lara Hewitt
Key Cast: Zack Segel, Christian Harting, Juan Carlos Lo Sasso, Luis Lüps, Kunle Kuforiji, Celine Yildirim
United Kingdom / 2018 / 93 mins
Valentine Hermann is a young New York actor whose German grandfather had a datsche, a summer house, just outside of Berlin. Unfortunately the grandfather has died and Valentine is heading to spend a summer in a garden house, not knowing anything about gardening or German gardening rules. However, someone is already in the datsche: Adam, a refugee trying to escape deportation. Valentine and Adam become friends, but when a xenophobic neighbour starts spying on them, and Valentine invites other strangers to stay at the datsche, Adam’s safety is threatened. He must choose between the security of the datsche or living a full but threatened life. Director Lara Hewitt and cast attending.
In cooperation with the German-American Heritage Museum
Tuesday, March 5th
3:00pm – 4:30pm
German-American Heritage Museum
After seeing the film on Sunday, March 3rd, join the German-American Heritage Museum the following Tuesday, March 5th, from 3:00 – 4:30 pm, alongside Lara Hewitt and available members of the cast for select clips from the film, insider information on the film’s creation, and a lively discussion. Find out more about the event!
Entry to this event is free! Attendance will be capped at 50 people and seats are first come first served.