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Join us for an evening of cinema and dialogue
with round table discussions and refreshments.
A Danish film by
Thomas Vinterberg of the Dogma-95 collective
In the Danish summer, guests arrive at a magnificent old hotel for the 60th birthday celebration of Helge Klingenfeldt (Henning Moritzen). Present are his loyal wife Elsa (Birthe Neumann), daughter Helene (Paprika Steen) and sons Christian (Ulrich Thomsen) and Michael (Thomas Bo Larsen), who arrives uninvited after failing to attend the funeral of Christian's twin, Linda, who committed suicide. As the evening progresses, Christian feels compelled to break the silence surrounding a dark family secret. The effect is explosive and sets the tone for a 'celebration' no-one will forget. (Urban Cinephile)
Winner of the Jury Prize at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival
Friday • October 28, 2005 • 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Washtenaw Community College
Morris Lawrence Building
(Directions on back)
Suggested $5 per person donation to MPC at the door
For more information contact Reena Liberman
The Morris Lawrence Building is on the southeast edge of the Washtenaw Community College campus. Enter the WCC campus from Huron River Drive and follow signs to the Morris Lawrence Building. Inside, look for our sign announcing the screening room.