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SOPHIE SCHOLL: THE FINAL DAYS to be Screened Friday, December 6, at the Peace Center of Delaware County in Springfield.
The true story of a young woman who did what few in Nazi Germany dared even think.
On Friday, December 6, at 7p.m., the 2005 Oscar Nominee for Best Foreign Language film, SOPHIE SCHOLL: The Final Days, will be screened at the First-Friday Free Large-Screen Film Series held at the Peace Center of Delaware County, 1001 Old Sproul Road, Springfield, PA.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for light refreshments.
Nazi Germany, 1943, twenty-one year old Sophie Scholl and her brother, Hans, both leaders of the White Rose nonviolent student resistance group, are arrested after being caught simply placing anti-Nazi leaflets around their university.
SOPHIE SCHOLL: The Final Days brings to life the true story of Germany’s most famous anti-Nazi resister and her last six days, from arrest to brutal show trial and execution, during which Sophie, a Christian, delivers passionate and hauntingly timeless and timely arguments for freedom, decency, and personal responsibility in the face of totalitarian evil.
SOPHIE SCHOLL: The Final Days, 2005, 117 minutes. Starring Julie Jentsch. Directed by Marc Rothermund. Not Rated. German language with English subtitles. Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film.
The First-Friday Free Film series at the Peace Center of Delaware County is held monthly and is co-sponsored by the Brandywine Peace Community.
For directions to the Peace Center of Delaware County or more information visit www.delcopeacecenter.org or call 484-574-1148.