Our first projection for September will be the movie “Wild Child” (1970, B/W, 85′) by the great French director F. Tryfo.
About the movie:
“The real story of a child found at the end of the last century to live in a primitive state in a forest in France, seen at an early age by his parents, had survived by eating roots and fruits, but his isolation from the human society had the effect of stopping every spiritual and emotional development within it … Trifo tells the persistent and exhausting effort of Professor Jean Itar to distract this unhappy creature from nature and to awaken man in it, where everything had to be taught: not only the word but also drinking water from a glass, eating a spoon and a fork, dressing, sleeping in bed, a film full of kindness, tenderness and faith in man … ”
Wednesday, 6/9, at 20:45, in the house of Mesopotamia: Platonos 13, Moschato.
Entry is always free of charge, but if you like, you can help the Solidarity Shopping Basket with long-term food and the Mesopotamian Solidarity School with stationery.
We are waiting for you!