Mondscheinkinder (Deutsche)

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Mondscheinkinder  (Children of the Moon)
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Mondscheinkinder  (Children of the Moon)

Event Date

Thu 11 Nov 2021

Event Time

14:30 - 16:05

Location

Goethe Institut, 50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road, Kensington, London, SW7 2 PH, England

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Cost

FREE

Recommended Age Group

7–11

Curriculum Subject/s

  • German
  • Languages

Accessibility:

  • Wheelchair friendly
    Wheelchair Access

A sickly young boy, unable to leave his home, imagines travelling to the moon with his sister every afternoon. This screening is in German with English subtitles. Even though it is a cinema, students are unfortunately not allowed to eat during the screening, however, they are of course welcome to have something to drink at any time.

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Film title

Mondscheinkinder (Children of the Moon)


Synopsis

This imaginative German-language film follows the life of 6-year-old Paul, a boy who must stay indoors due to illness; an incurable disease he is told is called ‘Disease of the Moon’. Every afternoon he has an appointment with his older sister Lisa where they fantasise that Paul is an astronaut and Lisa is a scientist who accompanies him on a spaceship to the moon. This fantasy game, depicted by animation, allows Paul to deal with his reality. However, as his illness is further complicated and his sister experiences her first love, their bond is challenged. This melancholy family film looks at hardships through the eyes of young people and presents creativity as a necessary tool in navigating changes. 

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Director/s

Manuela Stacke

Year

2006

Country of Production

Germany

Genres

  • Drama
  • Family

Language

German

Duration

90 minutes

Venue name

Goethe Institut

Address

50 Princes Gate,
Kensington,
London ,
SW7 2 PH