Klamath County Library screening Dede at Foreign Film Night
Tuesday, June 11th 5:30pm
Downtown Klamath County Library
The downtown Klamath County Library will screen the Georgian drama Dede on Tuesday, June 11th at 5:30 pm.
Dede is a tale of star-crossed romance in a remote village tucked in the rugged terrain of the Caucasus mountains. David and Gegi return from war with hopes to marry their sweethearts: David looks forward to connecting with his fiancée, while Gegi hopes to catch up with a girl he fell for without learning her name. Unfortunately, David’s and Gegi’s “girls back home” turn out to be the same woman: Dina – and while she’s in love with Gegi, she’s betrothed to David. Dina’s grandfather insists she can’t break off the arrangement without bringing dishonor upon the family – and in the staunchly traditional village, dishonor can mean bloodshed…
Dede is unrated, in Georgian with English subtitles, and runs for 1 hour, 37 minutes.
Many of our Foreign Film Night titles are available on Kanopy, the library’s video streaming service. To start checking out five free movies every month, log in with your library card barcode and library account password at klamathlibrary.kanopy.com. (Need to reset your library account password? Just stop by a library branch to get started.)
No registration is necessary. For more information, please call 541-882-8894.