November 12, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
S$11.00 (AF Members); S$13.00 (Non-members)


Club Europa

Sunday, 12 November 2017 – 7 pm

S$11.00 (AF Members); S$13.00 (Non-members)

In association with



German | 2017


In French, German, English, Afrikaans with English subtitles

NC16 – Some drugs use

Director: Franziska Hoenisch

Cast: Roland Bonjour, Richard Fouofié Djimeli, Sylvaine Faligant


Driven by the wish to do something good – also based on a guilty conscience not being dedicated enough to ‘help’ in everyday life – Martha convinces her flatmates Yasmin and Jamie, to invite a refugee to live with them in the spare room of their apartment in Kreuzberg, Berlin. Shortly after, mediated by an NGO, Samuel moves in. Life together is characterized by a friendly togetherness; within the walls of the apartment, Martha, Yasmin, Jamie and Samuel grow closer. When the situation of their Cameroonian housemate Samuel takes a dramatic turn, the dedicated Martha and her flatmates have to face the question: How far do they really want to go, to help?


 The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the main actress of the movie, Sylvaine Faligant.

A series of works to renovate and modernise the premises is currently ongoing at the Alliance Française. Please note that la galerie and la médiathèque will be closed from 20 to 25 August. The works will end early September and you will soon be able to discover a whole new Alliance Française with improved facilities and a new Café relocated at the 1st floor (le café Diabolo) for an even better experience. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused during the works and we look forward to showing you the new and upgraded Alliance Française.