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Repertory Series: Holiday Adjacent • GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH • Saturday 12/15 at 9:30

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IFFBoston Fall Focus 2017

Special Premiere Screening!

$13 General Admission
$11 IFFBoston & Brattle members, students, and seniors*

*Limited to one ticket per screening per membership card or Student ID. Tickets bought online must be verified with your valid membership card/ID at time of pick up at the Brattle Box Office. Member discount cannot be combined with other offers.


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Celebrated German auteur Fatih Akin (THE EDGE OF HEAVEN, SOUL KITCHEN) returns with his gritty and superbly constructed drama, IN THE FADE. With Diane Kruger as Katja, his intriguing and imposing protagonist, Akin embarks on a captivating journey of love, tragedy, and, ultimately, revenge.

While tattooed Katja, her ex-con Kurdish-German husband, Nuri, and their young violin-playing son, Rocco, might seem at first glance like an atypical family, in a few short scenes we come to understand the messy and beautiful reality of their life. So, when sudden tragedy strikes in the form of a neo-Nazi terrorist attack, the impact is all the more profound. Katja now finds herself alone, facing grief and imposing probing from authorities and family alike. Her only relief comes in the form of hard drugs and the thought of what her husband might do in her place. Wrestling between fragile moments of self-destruction and those of unwavering commitment to avenging the deaths of her family, Katja’s love for Nuri and Rocco is never far away, and neither is her pain.

Akin’s tightly crafted script complements the film’s sobering colour palette while cinematographer Rainer Klaussmann’s emotive images, increasingly imbued with stillness, reflect Katja’s evolving mood. Acting in her native German, and in her first German production, Kruger delivers a fearless, gut-wrenching, and now award-winning performance (she won the best actress award at Cannes) as a woman forced to choose between fading away and continuing the fight for justice. Perhaps there’s a way to do both.

—Kerri Craddock, Toronto International Film Festival

104 min.

Directed by:
Fatih Akin

Starring:
Diane Kruger
Denis Moschitto
Johannes Krisch
Samia Chancrin
Numan Acar
Hanna Hilsdorf
Ulrich Friedrich
Brandhof
Hartmut Loth
Ioannis Economides
Karin Neuhauser
Uwe Rohde
Asim Demirel
Aysel Iscan

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