Film Screening: Krabat
Saturday, May 6 at 10am
Free and Open to the PublicScreening is in German with English Subtitles
Estimated equivalent to PG-13 rating for fantasy violence, dark themes, brief, partial nudity
Enjoy a spring movie outing with the whole family! On May 6 during Kaffeestube we will be screening the popular German fantasy-adventure film, Krabat. Adapted from the fantasy novel by German author Otfried Preußler, Krabat depicts the journey of a young man taken in as an apprentice to an old Mill Keeper, who teaches the boys who work for him sorcery at night. The plot thickens when it is found the master is extending his life and renewing his youth through deadly magic, which Krabat, his friends, and his love must avoid. It is an action-packed tale of magic, good and evil, and the power of love.
While popular with children and adults in Germany, this film is a little more mature by American standards. Please contact Language Services if you have any questions about content.
Our film screenings are made possible in part by the Goethe Institut.