Open-air cinema in the Schlüterhof
Two years after the end of the military dictatorship, democracy in Argentina is shaking – once again. A court case will decide the country’s future. But how fair will this trial be? Will it succeed in clarifying the crimes of the military junta, punishing those responsible and ousting them from the positions of power they have long since reassumed?
Historically documented in this short period is the decisive role of one man: Federal Prosecutor Julio Strassera. Director Santiago Mitre stirringly reconstructs the dramatic situation from his perspective. A historical feature film that raised a lot of dust in today’s Argentina and was entered in the race for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 2022.
Santiago Mitre / Argentinien 2022 / 140 min. / FSK 12 / Spanish with English subtitles
- Food trucks, drinks, and lounge chairs create an outdoor summer atmosphere in the Schlüterhof.
- 19:30 Talk about the film with Dario Sztajnszrajber (Philiosopher) – Spanish with simultaneous English translation.
- 21:00 Film screening
Darío Sztajnszrajber has a degree in philosophy from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and is an expert in the dissemination of philosophical thought in the mass media. He hosts the television programme Mentira la verdad (Canal Encuentro) and the radio programme Demasiado Humano on FM Futurock. He has published books such as ¿Para qué sirve la filosofía? (2013), Filosofía en 11 frases (2018), Filosofía a martillazos, volumes 1 and 2 (2019 and 2020), and El amor es imposible (2023). In 2017, he was honoured with the Konex Prize for Promotion of Knowledge.
- 8,00 € / reduced 4,00 €
- Location: Schlüterhof