The international film festival continues with award-winning German film, "Soul Kitchen."
Soul Kitchen is a delicious, free-spirited story of food, friends, and rock and roll. The film centers on a likable but hopelessly disorganized restaurateur, Zinos whose café is second home to a motley crew of lovable eccentrics. When his girlfriend Nadine up and moves to Shanghai, a love-sick Zinos decides to fly after her, leaving his restaurant in the hands of his unreliable ex-con brother. This film was the winner of the Special Jury Prize and the Young Cinema Award for Best Film at the Venice Film Festival. (2009)
The film festival is free and open to the public. Olin lecture halls are located one block east of 50th Street and St. Paul Ave.
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