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On Wednesday 24th July, we are showing the Frantz. Set in 1919 in Germany, a young woman named Anna is mourning the death of her fiancé, Frantz Hoffmeister, in the Great War while living with his equally devastated parents. One day, a mysterious Frenchman, Adrien, comes to town both to pay his respects to Frantz’s grave and to contact that soldier’s parents. Although it is difficult for both sides with the bitterness of Germany’s defeat, Adrian explains that he knew Frantz and gradually he wins Anna and the Hoffmeisters’ hearts as he connects with them. Unfortunately, the truth of his motives becomes known. This is an elegant film about guilt, lies and loss. In French and German.
The Village Hall doors and bar open at 7:00pm with the film starting at 7:30. Free to members and £5 for guests. Anyone can be a guest – just come along!
More information on our films on www.northcurryfilmsociety.org.uk
Open to the public 2:00 - 4:00pm
Schedules available from the Post Office
Prize giving 4:00pm