GOOD GIRL GONE BAD is definitely good …

… and even much, much better at the HoF Rendezvous in the Lodderbast live online cinema on Thursday, 4 June 2020 at 8 pm. In conversation are the director Petra Lüschow and one of the main actors, Florian Stetter.

With her first feature film, GOOD GIRL GONE BAD, director Petra Lüschow takes us with a wink to the peace movement of the 80s with all its emotional highs and lows. 1983 in West Germany: The clever 17-year-old Ursula Mayer (Anna Florkowski) lives with her stuffy parents Inge (Christina Große) and Helmut (Thorsten Merten), her grandfather (Hermann Beyer), and her little brother Justus (Leander Menzel), a boring life in the provinces, which is increasingly influenced by the ideals of the 1968 movement. When an attractive new teacher (Florian Stetter) comes to the small town, he not only turns Ursula’s life upside down …

Watch it again or discover it anew:

Online cinema with the feature film GOOD GIRL GONE BAD by Petra Lüschow, followed by a conversation with the director and actor Florian Stetter

Thursday, 4 June 2020 at 8 pm

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How much:
Free – donation tickets for the filmmakers are available in the live stream