Goethe-Institut London Online Presentation
We are delighted to be able to present In the Aisles online after we have had to cancel the screenings in our cinema January due to the pandemic. The film will be available from Wednesday, 24 February, 8pm until Friday, 26 February, 8pm (UK only).
When Christian starts his new job in a gigantic retail warehouse, he enters a world of its own. Mostly working at night in the long dimly lit aisles flanked by tall shelves he is trained by the older Bruno. The former lorry driver slowly introduces him to the mastery of the fork lift and how to shift heavy loads at dangerous heights. Christian observes and learns quickly. There is a lot more to this seemingly monotonous job than one would expect, especially once Marion from the confectionary department takes an interest in him. They start meeting at the coffee machine…
Thomas Stuber’s quiet and tender film manages to transform an ordinary place of work into an entire universe with its own rules and relations, sounds and choreographies. It laconically describes a microcosms of fellow workers that look out for each other and respect each other’s stories and secrets. Based on a short story and a script by Clemens Meyer, who, like Thomas Stuber, was born in the GDR, the film captures a community that has been left behind but has maintained a sense of solidarity and the capacity to, day after day, fill their lives with some meaning.
Germany 2018, colour, 120 minutes, with English subtitles.
Directed by Thomas Stuber. Script by Clemens Meyer. With Franz Rogowski, Sandra Hüller, Peter Kurth, Andreas Leupold, Michael Specht, Ramona Kunze-Libnow, Henning Peker, Steffen Scheumann
Book Tickets Through Eventbrite
The film is only available for audiences in the UK.
This is how it works:
Please click on the button above to register on Eventbrite to reserve your free ticket. You will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite.
The day before the film starts, you will receive another email with a link.
(If you register on the day the film starts, you will receive a confirmation email with a link.) Please scroll down in the email to find the link and the following instructions:
If you do not have an account with the video on demand platform INDY On Demand yet, please follow these steps:
1) Click on the link, which will lead to the film on INDY On Demand.
2) Click the pink RENT button, this will prompt you to create an account.
3) Create an account by entering your email address, name and a password in the pop up window.
4) After entering your details, click the RENT button in the pop up window to complete the rental process.
5) Click the PLAY NOW button from Wednesday, 24th February 8pm to be able to watch the film.
If you have already signed up to INDY On Demand and wish to return to this film, please follow these steps:
1) Go to www.indyondemand.com
2) Click the sign-in button in the upper right corner. Please sign in.
3) Then click on the link in the email.
4) You will now be able to watch the film by clicking PLAY NOW.
• Once you start watching, you have 48 hours to finish the film within the viewing window.
• The viewing window ENDS on Friday, 26 Feb 2921, 8pm.
(If you have not quite finished the film by then, you will still be able to complete your viewing session.)
If you encounter any problems, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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