|June 22, 2018|
Schönefeld Boulevard is a German coming-of-age film in which our main character, Cindy, lives in a quiet suburb of the city of Berlin. As she becomes acquainted with the businessmen near the international airport, she discovers the big wide world in front of her own door.
Cindy fritters away her teenage years with her horrible ‘B’FFs, her petit dog Werner and her fatalistic neighbor Danny, in an XXL body. She lives in the Berlin suburb of Schönefeld, where, in addition to the construction of the planned Berlin International Airport BER, Cindy’s hopes and dreams for something more beyond her confines have been put on ice.
However, when Cindy one day meets the cosmopolitan engineer responsible for the future airfield, her outlook on life begins to soar. She gets a whiff of the air beyond the world she knows and surprises everyone by breaking free of the suburban shackles – with a cherry tomato between her lips, a candy-apple red dress and thick hips.
Runtime: 102 minutes
Director: Sylke Enders
Language: German w/ English subtitles
Friday, June 22nd: 8:00
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members. Tickets available at box office or online.
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