France | 2018
In French with English subtitles
Director: Judith Davis
Cast: Judith Davis, Malik Zidi, Claire Dumas
Angèle was 8 years old when the first McDonald’s opened in East Berlin. Since then, she has been fighting against the curse of her generation: to be born “too late”, at a time of global political depression. Coming from a family of activists, her sister chose the world of business and her mother abandoned overnight her political struggle to move alone to the countryside. Angèle is angry and strives as much to try to change the world as to escape romantic encounters.
Screening followed by a live Skype Q&A with director Judith Davis.
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