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I Was Nineteen (Directed by Konrad Wolf)

January 20, 2017
07:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum, 900 East Avenue

Two films about Germany in 1945, made in East Berlin in 1968. One film became one of the most critically acclaimed films about WWII, the other was banned instantly and released only in 1988. The pair will be screened together for the first time in the US at the George Eastman Museum on two consecutive Fridays in January:

Jan. 20: I Was Nineteen (Konrad Wolf– Director)
Jan. 27: The Russians Are Coming (Heiner Carow– Director)

Admission: FREE for UR ID holders

Organized by the Eastman School of Music- Humanities and generously co-sponsored by the University of Rochester’s departments of Modern Languages and Cultures- German, History, and Film Studies.

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