This film showing kicks off a series of events this year from the Remembering the Real World War One group looking at WW1 from a German historical perspective.
In the run-up to the outbreak of WW1 in August 1914, the peace and quiet of a small Prussian village is upset by a series of disturbing events that seem to involve local children. As the villagers vacillate between exposing and concealing the perpetrators of the crimes, the wider question of culpability becomes central to the film.
A discussion will follow the screening.
This event was rescheduled after technical problems at the screening last month. Our apologies to those who attended the original event and we hope you will come along to this showing.