HN & HCMC – Spring Cinema: “For No Eyes Only”

HN & HCMC – Spring Cinema: “For No Eyes Only”

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Wed 22 Mar 2017, 7 pm
Hanoi: Goethe Institut
HCMC: Salon Van hoa Ca Phe Thu Bay

From Goethe Institut:

Come to the film screening “For no Eyes only” within the framework of the Spring Cinema program by the Goethe Institut in Hanoi and HCMC.

Due to the hacking of other people’s webcams, computer nerd Sam gets himself into a risky situation…


Genre: Thriller
Country: Germany
Year: 2013
Director: Tali Barde
Script: Tali Barde
Actor: Benedict Sieverding, Luisa Gross, Tali Barde
Length: 97 minutes
Age restriction: 12 years
Adwards: Youth Film Award 2013 – LUCAS Int. Childrens Filmfestival Frankfurt; Best Feature 2013 – Thriller!Chiller! Film Festival, Michigan USA; audience award best feature film – Grenzlandfilmtage Selb; best feature film – awarded by the pupil-jury Augsburger Kinderfilmfest; Audience Award Youth Film Programe – Pula Film Festival, Kroatien; best youth film – Final Cut Marburger Filmfest

Due to a hockey accident, computer nerd Sam is forced to stay home with a broken leg. Just when he is about to die of boredom, he hits upon a hacking software that enables him access to external webcams. The shy teenager becomes a hidden voyeur and finds out everything about the intimate secrets of his classmates: Aaron, for example, the mysterious new boy at school, apparently has serious issues with his father. When Sam observes Aaron hiding a knife in his room – and after the incident there is no trace of Aarons father – Sam becomes suspicious. Together with Livia, his classmate and secret crush, he tries to get to the bottom of the situation – but soon they end up in a precarious situation…

Tali Barde was born in 1990 in Bensberg and was already interested in acting during his youth. After several short films the young actor, director and scriptwriter Tali realized For no eyes only together with the film group of his former school. During the production process he founded the production company Avalon Film and recently finished his second film Dot.

Language: German with English and Vietnamese subtitles

Free admission

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Goethe-Institut Hanoi
56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Tel.: +84 4 37342251
Fax: +84 4 37342254
[email protected]
Salon Van hoa Ca Phe Thu Bay
1st floor, 19B Pham Ngoc Thach, Dist 3, HCMC


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