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The powerful Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film Sophie Scholl: The Final Days (2005) is based on the true story of Germany’s most famous, fearless anti-Nazi heroine of the resistance group the White Rose. Armed with long-buried historical records of her arrest and incarceration by the Gestapo‚ the filmmakers expertly recreate the last six days of Scholl’s life: a heart-stopping journey from arrest to interrogation‚ trial and sentence. “Harrowing, heroic, exhilarating, inspiring, riveting.” (L.A. Times)
If you’ve never seen it on a big screen or want to experience it again, Sophie Scholl is more timely than ever, forcing the audience to ask: what is an individual’s responsibility to resist immorality when living under a terrifying, repressive regime? One that has no compunctions about murdering its own citizens if they are deemed the slightest threat to its hegemony?
Sophie Scholl screenwriter Fred Breinersdorfer will join us on Thursday, October 26 at the Royal for a post-screening Q&A moderated by Laemmle Theatres President Greg Laemmle. The screening starts at 7 pm.
Many thanks to the Goethe Institute and Villa Aurora for to making the screening possible.