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Apr 4 / Courtney Miller

Div III Screening on April 29th at 7:30PM


The culmination of my academic year, my Div III screening. Please come, if you can! It’s at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. It is a fully captioned film and I managed to get an ASL interpreter for my deaf viewers. I’ve been looking forward to this for a long time and I hope to see you there.

View map and directions to the screening

About the movie:

Filled with gorgeous a-capella music, cute moments, and hilarity, ‘Vaya Con Dios’ is a German language comedy/drama made in 2002 and directed by Zoltan Spirandelli. It features the well-known German actor Daniel Brühl whom you might know from the films ‘Goodbye Lenin’ (2003), ‘Bourne Ultimatum’ (2007), and ‘Inglorious Basterds’ (2009).

Three monks in the Kantorianter cloister believe that God is present when they sing. Because of this and their lenient obedience of Catholic ritual, the Kantorianer were excommunicated long ago. When the monks are kicked out of their monastery for failure to pay bills, they are charged with an important mission to deliver the sole Kantorianer text to the last Kantorianer cloister, in Italy.

Abandoning their vows of silence and secluded lifestyle, set off on foot with nothing but a cast-iron pot, a goat named Hildegard, and a centuries-outdated map of Europe.

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