With this weather, why not sit in a garden and enjoy free German cinema

Every Tuesday evening from now until the end of February, the Goethe-Institute of Thailand invites people to chill out in their garden and enjoy selections from German cinema. Totally for free. With English subtitles.

The films start at 7:30pm. Schedule and map follows.

 

Tonight:

Night Train to Lisbon

2013, romance/thriller, 110 minutes, ages: 12 and older

Raimund Gregorius (Jeremy Irons), affectionately called ‘Mundus’ by his students, is a high-school Latin teacher and an expert in ancient languages. His life is transformed following a mysterious encounter with a young Portuguese woman on the old Kirchenfeld Bridge in the beautiful Swiss city of Bern, whom he manages to save from jumping to her death in the icy waters below. 

Feb. 4

My Beautiful Country

2012, drama, 88 minutes, Ages 12 and older

 

Feb. 11

Hotel Lux

2011, tragicomedy, 108 minutes, Ages 12 and older 

 

Feb 25 

Stopped on Track

2011, drama, 106 minutes

 

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