Elgiva Box Office 01494 582 900

Elgiva Box Office 01494 582 900

Quo Vadis, Aida? (15)

Winner of the 2021 Independent Spirit Award for Best International Film.
Woman behind bars
1 hour 41 minutes
Rated15

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Wed6thApr1:30pm8:00pm

1995: the Serbian army have entered the mostly Muslim Bosnia town of Srebrenica.

Aida is a translator for the UN. Her family is among the thousands of citizens looking for shelter in the UN camp. But as an insider to the negotiations, she has access to crucial information that forces her into the untenable position of deciding between her obligation to those she loves and the role that has a wider impact.

 Srebrenica is no longer just the name of a town. It represents the worst of human cruelty and an act that many had hoped was expunged from European history with the end of the Second World War. 

The award-winning director of ‘Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams’ returns with a powerful drama focused on one of the most shameful moments of recent European history.

This film is showing as part of the Chiltern Film Society season. Showings are open to non-members.

“An Oscar-worthy, kaleidoscopic take on betrayal”  

 Evening Standard

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