The Silent Revolution: 2018 German Film Festival
When dissent is discouraged with severe prejudice, do you dare to do what is right?
Das schweigende Klassenzimmer (The Silent Revolution) takes us to Protected content the German Democratic Republic, during the early stages of the Cold War.
During a visit to West Berlin, a couple of final year high school students witness dramatic footage of the Budapest uprising. Back in Stalinstadt, they spontaneously hold a two-minute silence during class in solidarity with the victims of the Hungarian struggle against Soviet oppression. This gesture causes much bigger ripples than expected.
Based on remarkable true events and adapted from Dietrich Garstka’s eponymous book.
Das schweigende Klassenzimmer is part of the Protected content Film Festival running at several venues in Singapore: Protected content
Tickets are S$13. As of the posting date, according to the GV site, almost 30% of the seats are already taken.
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