Films explore lives at odds with the world

Rachel Halverson and Ana Maria Rodriguez-Vivaldi, associate professors of foreign languages, have put together a spring foreign film and lecture series titled “Like a Duck Out of Water: Cinematic Explorations of Lives at Odds with the World Around Them.”

All films are free to the public and will be shown at 7 p.m. in Smith CUE.

* Feb 1, “Good-bye, Lenin!” (Wolfgang Becker, Germany, 2003).

* Feb. 8, “Kukushka / The Cuckoo” (Aleksandr Rogozhkin, Russia /Finland, 2002).

* Feb. 15, “Mediterraneo” (Gabriele Salvatores, Italy, 1991). 

* Feb. 22, “Aiqing wansui /Vive l’amour” (Cai Mingliang /Ts’ai Ming-liang, Taiwan, 1994).

* March 1, “En la ciudad sin limites/The City of No Limits” (Antonio Hernandez, Spain/ Argentina, 2002).

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