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German Cinema: Adam and Evelyn

Tuesday 29 June 18:45-20:30




Since September 2019, the Institut français d’Ecosse has been hosting screenings of contemporary German films in partnership with Goethe Institut in Glasgow. Few hours of serendipity every once in a while, c’est wunderbar!

The film this week is Adam and Evelyn by Andreas Goldstein.


Adam and Evelyn dir. Andreas Goldstein (2018) | 1h40min

Tuesday, 29 June 2021 at 6:45pm

In German with English subtitles

ADMISSION FREE

Please note that face-coverings are compulsory in the cinema.

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Face coverings are compulsory to move around the building. A one-way system is in place throughout the building with an entrance via George IV Bridge only and exit via West Parliament Square. Hand sanitisers are also available in the building.
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Booking

Booking is mandatory as we operate with reduced seating capacity. Please book your seat online. Due to Covid19-restrictions we only have a reduced number of seats available which are likely to be fully booked quickly. We understand that in the current situation, circumstances can change. If you need to cancel, please do so on Eventbrite or let us know by e-mailing library-glasgow goethe.de, so we can offer your seat to someone else.

Access Details
Institut français d’Ecosse, Salle Emilienne Moreau-Evrard (1st Floor)
West Parliament Square
Edinburgh EH1 1RF
The IFE and its Salle Emilienne Moreau-Evrard are fully accessible with step-free access.


Film Synopsis:

GDR, summer 1989: Dressmaker Adam and waitress Evelyn are a couple and plan to spend their holidays at Lake Balaton in Hungary. But when Evelyn catches Adam cheating on her, she quickly decides to instead travel to Hungary with her best friend Simone and her cousin from West-Germany. Adam follows her, meets Katja on the way and smuggles her across the border. After their arrival at the lake, they learn that Hungary has opened the border to Austria – while Evelyn sees this as a chance for a new life, Adam finds it hard to adjust to the idea of a sudden change.


Institut Français Écosse 2021