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07.11.-27.11.
NIGHTLIGHTS
Katarzyna Pie
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Polen 2000
2:27 min

vor jedem Hauptfilm (ausgenommen Sonderveranstaltungen)

Die Cinémathèque Leipzig präsentiert alle Filme (soweit möglich) im Original mit Untertiteln


All films are shown in Original Version with subtitles (if possible)

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Sovdagari+Don’t Breathe Sovdagari+Don’t Breathe
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Sovdagari+Don’t Breathe

DOK Leipzig 2017

108 min

Sovdagari
R: Tamta Gabrichidzel, Georgia 2016, Dok, 22 min, OV with English subtitles

Gela has turned his minibus into a shop. He drives across the Georgian countryside, selling colourful second-hand clothing and shiny plastic household appliance straight out of the boot of his not quite so shiny car.

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Soviet Hippies Soviet Hippies
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Soviet Hippies

DOK Leipzig 2017

75 min

Soviet Hippies
R: Terje Toomistu, Estonia/Germany/Finland 2017, Doc, 75 min, OV with English subtitles

A life between Lenin and Lennon. The clash between utopias of freedom and utopias of community.

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I Was a Winner+The World Is Mine I Was a Winner+The World Is Mine
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I Was a Winner+The World Is Mine

DOK Leipzig 2017

82 min

I Was a Winner
R: Jonas Odell, Sweden 2016, Animadok, 14 min, OV with English subtitles

An armed warrior is running through a lonely forest. There used to be more of his kind here – more adventurers, more gamers.

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The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear
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The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear

DOK Leipzig 2017

101 min

The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear
R: Tinatin Gurchiani, Georgia/Germany 2012, Doc, 101 min, OV with English subtitles

This wonderful film about Georgia in 2012, a country caught somewhere between its communist past and the modern life out there, is based on an equally contemporary and simple idea. The director, Tinatin Gurchiani, invited young people between the ages of 15 and 25 to a casting for a film and started to discuss the film project with them.

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