6-7pm Doors open for Dinner catered by Wild Rocket/ Bar / Tea / Coffee & Slices Available
7:15pm Program Starts
Inspired by a true story, this film explores some of the horrors of war and its aftermath. Poland, December 1945. A young French doctor (Mathilde) is summoned to a convent where she finds a nun giving birth, and a number of others in advanced stages of pregnancy — having been raped by German, and then Soviet, soldiers. The Reverend Mother seems more concerned about the shame to the church than their trauma, and insists it must remain a secret. Their beliefs and traditions clash with the harsh reality of a hostile new anti-Catholic Communist government; Mathilde is also challenged as an unbeliever by life in the convent, and by trying to help in secret while not authorised to do so. Values are questioned, authority challenged, and systems are forced to reshape themselves.
Non-Members: Adult $13 / $8 Students with ID / Children under 16 $5
The general public can purchase at the door only (Door Opens at 6pm).
Ticket Purchase options for Members:
1. Purchase online before 2pm on day of screening,
2. Purchase at Maleny Information Centre before 2pm on day of screening Shop 2, 23 Maple St,
3. Purchase at the door.
Members’ Guest Tickets: A Member can purchase (and is limited to) two additional Guest tickets at $13 per guest either online or at the Information Centre
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