Goethe Zentrum organises a screening of the film The Ninth Day, at the institute's amphitheatre on Saturday (March 6) at 6.45 p.m.

The film, directed by Oscar-winning German director Volker Schlöndorff, narrates the tale of Abbé Kremer, a Catholic priest from Luxembourg, who is imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp but released for nine days. Kremer soon learns that this is not a reprieve but he has nine days to convince the bishop of Luxembourg to work with the Nazi occupiers.

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