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My Father Marianne Min pappa Marianne

  Mårten Klingberg

  Sweden      2020    

Synopsis

Newly single, twentysomething aspiring journalist Hanna leaves Stockholm to move back in with her parents in her small hometown. Already feeling adrift, her world is turned upside-down when her father, a respected priest, informs his family that he wants to come out as Marianne. How can Hanna, who hardly believes in herself, accept her father for who she really is? Charming and heartbreaking, the film is inspired by award-winning writer Ester Roxberg’s 2014 autobiographical novel.

 Swedish with subtitles 
  110 minutes

Screenings & Events

In-Person Screening

Wed, Sep 21 @ 6:30pm CDT

at Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington St, Chicago

Free tickets available to claim starting September 5 or available at the door (subject to availability). Walk-up tickets will be available at the door starting 15 minutes before the start of the screening if open seating remains. 

In-person post-screening discussion with Professor Nick Davis, Northwestern University.

Post-screening discussion presented by: Logo: Citi 161x100

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