CINEbieb brings a varied November program | The latest news from Borculo and Ruurlo


BERKELLAND – The Berkelland volunteers in CINEbieb have also put together a varied program for the month of November in the four library departments. After the films, it is possible to talk about the film while enjoying a drink. Reservations can be made via the website below.

The film ‘Le Semeur’ will be screened in the Neede library on Thursday 3 November. At the time of Napoleon III’s coup d’état in 1851, all men are taken away from a remote, republican-minded peasant mountain village. The remaining married women make a pact: if ever a man comes along, they will share it. An event-based exercise in freedom, equality and sisterhood that creates the necessary tension. Fairytale-like design in a fitting, oppressive square aspect ratio. But with the idyllic beauty, the film also has its own side note: it all just seems too good to be true.
Instructor: Marine Francen. Actors: Pauline Burlet, Géraldine Pailhas, Alban Lenoir, Iliana Zabeth, Françoise Lebrun, Raphaëlle Agogué, Barbara Probst, Anamaria Vartolomei, Margot Abascal. Starts at 20:00.

On Friday 11 November, the Oscar-winning film ‘Druk’ can be seen in the Borculo Library. In this ‘must see’ by director Thomas Vinterberg (The Feast, The Hunt), four teacher friends do a daring experiment: a sip of alcohol before each lesson. Successfully. But of course it doesn’t just stop with the ‘sip’…
The four exhausted teachers Martin, Nikolaj, Peter and Tommy from the Danish film Druk (also known as Another Round) could use a boost in their semi-midlife crisis lives. When family man Martin (Mads Mikkelsen) turns down the champagne during dinner and sensibly drinks a soft drink, the four start talking about a theory from the Norwegian philosopher and psychiatrist Finn Skårderud. He claims that we as humans are born with 0.5 parts per thousand too little. You read that right: too little. A modest amount of alcohol in our blood is said to expand consciousness, increase creativity and reduce our problems. The foursome decide to go on a self-examination (handy excuse for an ‘academic binge’), and sure enough: the men soon feel better than ever. They laugh more, are funnier and more attractive to their partners, become heroes in the classroom, and their students’ results skyrocket. So why not a few extra sips?
Director: Thomas Vinterberg. Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Millang, Lars Ranthe. Start at 20:00

The Green Knight
On Wednesday 16 November, the film ‘The Green Knight’ can be seen at the location in Eibergen. The Green Knight is an epic fantasy adventure film based on the timeless legend of King Arthur. The film sees Sir Gawain (Patel), Arthur’s reckless cousin, embark on an adventure to face the mysterious Green Knight, a gigantic green-skinned adversary. During his journey, Gawain encounters ghosts, giants, thieves and other dangerous creatures.
Director: David Lowery. Cast: Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Dev Patel, Barry Keoghan, Sean Harris, Sarita Choudhury, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie, Chris McHallem, Anthony Morris, Erin Kellyman, Donncha Crowley, Atheena Frizzell, Anaïs Rizzo. Starts at 19:30.

Ruurlo is the last in the series with the film ‘The Worst Person In The World’ on Friday 25 November. Julie is almost thirty, but still not quite sure what she wants to do with her life. And that in a society where expectations become more and more defined as the years go by. Her friends are having children and seem happy. Julie has a permanent relationship with the 45-year-old successful artist Aksel. Still, she wonders if that’s all life has to offer. When she meets the younger and handsome Eivind, she embarks on a new adventure in the hope of finding answers about love and life. Witty, bittersweet drama about the dilemmas of the thirties for the high-spirited millennial Julie, who throws herself into a new relationship. Awarded Best Actress at Cannes.
Director: Joachim Trier. Main actors: Renate Reinsve, Herbert Nordrum, Anders Danielsen Lie. Starts at 20:00.

To reserve
Bookmarks with the complete film schedule are available at all participating locations. The complete overview of all films can be found on the website. There are also tickets for the films for sale. These cost 6 euros, including a drink afterwards. Members of the East-Achterhoek Library receive a euro discount.

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