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Good Bye, Lenin!

Presented by Harvard Film Archive and Goethe-Institut Boston at Harvard Film Archive, Cambridge MA

Oct 05 2019
Good Bye, Lenin!

At the time one of the most successful German films ever made, Wolfgang Becker’s clever tragicomedy begins in East Germany in 1989, right before the fall of the Berlin Wall.

At the time one of the most successful German films ever made, Wolfgang Becker’s clever tragicomedy begins in East Germany in 1989, right before the fall of the Berlin Wall. Alex’s mother has slipped into a coma, missing the historic event and its aftermath. When she awakens in 1990, any excitement could be fatal for her, so her son—Daniel Brühl in his breakthrough role—sees only one way out: he must conceal the fall of the socialist regime she had so embraced and pretend East Germany

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ADMISSION INFO

$5 Weekend Matinee Admission (Free with a current Cambridge Public Library card)

Tickets are available 45 minutes before show time at the cinematheque on the lower level of the Carpenter Center. Cash or check only. 

Contact: 6174954700

Email: bgravely@fas.harvard.edu

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Harvard Film Archive

Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque, 24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

PARKING INFO

Although parking in Cambridge is difficult (most of the surrounding streets have restricted parking for Cambridge residents only), metered parking on Broadway and Harvard Streets, as well as the rest of Harvard Square, is free after 8pm. Film-goers are encouraged to use public transportation, particularly the MBTA Red Line.

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