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Tom Tykwer Fest!

The UP Film Institute presents
Pelikula @ Titus Brandsma
UP Videotheque

28 February 2004
1 PM - Run Lola Run
4 PM - Winter Sleepers
6 PM - The Princess and the Warrior

run lola run winter sleepers the princess and the warrior

Run Lola Run
1998, 81 minutes.
1 pm

The film explores the events that fate alone controls and displays the constant ?what if?s? that occur every moment and that can easily change the happenings of the next. The film follows the events between a woman, Lola and her boyfriend, Mani, who she desperately tries to save from death by helping him obtain a huge amount of money he carelsessly lost. It takes you on three different journeys with Lola, all controlled by fate, showing you what would happen in each and all the ?what if?s? that provide the foundation for each outcome.

Winter Sleepers
1997, 122 minutes.
4 pm

Young blonde translator Rebecca lives with her boyfriend ski instructor Marco in mountain villa owned by her friend, nurse Laura. Rene, local cinema projectionist, steals Marco?s car and gets into a car crash with local Theo, whose daughter, after being in coma for a time dies. Rene suffers from partial short term memory loss and starts a relationship with Laura. Meanwhile Marco is looking for the man who killed his daughter...

The Princess and the Warrior
2000, 135 minutes.
6 pm

Young nurse Sissi lives a secluded life, seemingly entirely devoted to her patients at Birkenhof asylum. His first encounter with ex-soldier and drifter Bodo has a lasting impact. He causes an accident that results in her lying under a truck, unable to breathe. While he provides life-saving first aid, mesmerized Sissi begins to wander whether he may be the man of her dreams. But when she tracks him down weeks later her affection is rejected, as Bodo is stuck somewhere between a traumatic past and a criminal future.

Pelikula @ Titus Brandsma

The UP Film Institute

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