French and German connection at Idecaf

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This month, Idecaf will screen four French movies and one German film at the popular venue in District 1.

French and German connection at Idecaf

By Minh Nhat in HCMC

This month, Idecaf will screen four French movies and one German film at the popular venue in District 1.

In ‘La Question Humaine’ Simon, 40, is a psychologist at the Department of Human Resources of SC Farb, a German-based multinational petrochemical complex. But when an investigation is conducted on one of the factory’s directors, Simon’s life is turned upside down. It will be screened at 3 p.m. on June 4.

It’s June 1940 in ‘Les Egares’ and when the German troops come to the gates of Paris, Odile, a teacher, runs away with her two children, Philip and Cathy. During their escape they meet Yvan, a strange-looking teenager with a shaved head whose colorful dress sense amuses them. He joins them on the run and they find a house without electricity as they battle to survive the war. Les Egares is on at 3 p.m. on June 11.

It’s a beautiful summer day as Valmondois, Frederick, Adrienne, Jeremy and their children celebrate a 75th birthday party for their mother, Helene Berthier. She has spent her life preserving the works of her uncle, the painter Paul Berthier. A few months later, Helene is dead. The siblings are rich overnight. Will this new-found wealth keep them happy or will it tear them apart? ‘L’Heure d’Ete’ will be shown at 3 p.m. on June 18.

In ‘Le Chant Des Mariees’ it is 1942 and Nour and Myriam, both 16, have been best friends since childhood. They share the same house in a quarter where Jews and Muslims live in harmony in Tunis. Each girl desires the life of the other, but you can’t always get what you want. It will be screened 3 p.m. on June 25.

The only German offering this month at Idecaf ‘Cherry Blossoms’ will be featured at 7.30 p.m. on June 28. Learning that her husband, Rudi (Elmar Wepper) has a terminal illness, Trudi (Hannelore Elsner) hides it from him and persuades him to visit their son in Japan. During the journey, she dies in her sleep before telling Rudi of his impending death. Grief-stricken, he continues on towards Japan and finally finds peace at Mount Fuji.

Idecaf is at 31 Thai Van Lung Street. Tickets for all movies are just VND15,000.

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