XXIII Week of Italian Language in the World
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17/10 at 18, Polish Cinema for Beginners - Lessons of Love
18/10 at 18, Sustainability at the Italian Discussion Club
19/10 morning, Sustainability explained to children
17th, October at 18 At the Wroclaw institute of Culture
Adam Kruk presents: "Lessons of Love" by Małgorzata Goliszewska and Katarzyna Mateja, 2019
"This bit of life belongs to me!" declares Jola - an eccentric, colour-loving woman just before her seventies. After fifty years, she takes an important step: she flees Italy, from her marital nightmare, to her home town of Szczecin. There, she finally lives the life she has always dreamed of: she dances, sings, writes poems and songs. Her lyrics tell of the love she has never experienced. In Jola's eyes, the world is romantic, colourful and dramatic. One night on the dance floor at Cafe Uśmiech, she meets Wojtek, a man older than herself, who falls in love with her without memory. All of Jola's friends, as well as her six children, urge her to divorce Bogdan, an alcoholic who has stayed in Italy. Only the priest tries to dissuade her from this, claiming that she should forgive and remain faithful until the end. Jola hesitates and doesn't know what to do. Face a difficult divorce and remarry? Or just live in the moment and not return to the past? Will she dare to live her life?
General Władysław Anders Primary School No. 73
ul. Gliniana 30
The lesson, led by Ilona Kadys and Matteo Pucci, for pupils in sixth, seventh and eighth grades, will be about environmental sustainability. Games and texts on the topic will be presented.
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