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Free Movie Night at the Library & Museum

Movie Night at the Library & Museum!
Paradise, will be shown Thursday, February 8th at 5:30-8pm in the Upstairs Meeting Room. FREE admission & snacks!
Paradise is 132 minutes long. Spoken in Russian, German, & French with English Subtitles.


Synopsis: Olga, a beautiful Russian countess and member of the French Resistance; Jules is a French-Nazi collaborator who is assigned to investigate her case; and Helmut is a handsome, high-ranking, yet naïve German SS officer who once fell madly in love with Olga and meets her again when she is shipped to a concentration camp. While they recount their stories, the film drifts between the bloody end of World War II and the gilded, halcyon days when their destinies first crossed. Victim, bystander, or monster – Konchalovsky collapses these identities, offering a new perspective on the Holocaust. Shot in stunning black and white, the film depicts the morally complex choices that one must make during dark times in search of Paradise a look at the past and its lessons for the present.
The Independent Film Movement is a FREE program to the Seward Community! Come check it out at the Seward Community Library & Museum!


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