A lovestory against the background of the political upheaval in the GDR: In a relationship crisis Evelyn goes on vacation to Lake Balaton without her boyfriend Adam, Adam follows. It is the summer of 1989 and the border between Hungary and Austria is opened. For Evelyn the chance of a new life arises, for Adam the threat of a life in which he had previously settled down well. The Goethe-Zentrum Tirana is presenting this film by East Berlin director Andreas Goldstein as part of the German October. It is the film adaptation of Ingo Schulze's reversible novel "Adam and Evelyn" from 2008. Suitable for viewers of all ages.
This event is part of the German October 2020 "Perspective: Europe". Attention: reservation mandatory! The film will be shown open-air to a limited audience with free admission. All guests must register by email at least 48 hours before the start of the film. Please let us know your name, telephone number, email address and the time and place of the performance. Admission is only possible if the reservation has been confirmed by the organizers. Please keep your distance and wear mouth and nose protection during the performance.