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April, 19 2012 10:00:00

German film screens at IDECAF

HCM CITY — Die Wolke (The Cloud) is a 2006 German film about a nuclear-plant disaster, directed by Georg Schunitzler with Vietnamese subtitles, airing at 7.30pm at IDECAF on Tuesday.

The film, which lasts 102 minutes, concerns an incident in the nuclear power station Schweinfurt.

A radioactive cloud has evolved, which is contaminating the area. As residents escape, two high-school students, Hannah and Elmar, are at school. As they flee, they become separated from one another. Hannah gets caught in the contaminated rain and wakes up in a hospital alone. But when she finally sees her boyfriend Elmar again, she gains new hope. The film can be seen at IDECAF at 31 Thai Van Lung Street in Distrrict 1, HCM City. Tickets are VND15,000 each.-VNS

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