Spirituality on the Silver Screen: The Lives of Others

Event details

  • Wednesday | January 22, 2020
  • 6:30 pm
  • St. Paul's Brooks Room

St. Paul’s popular movie series Spirituality on the Silver Screen returns on seven Wednesdays in Epiphany. Parishioners host screenings of movies that have particular spiritual significance to them, and lead short discussions afterwards. All “reel spirituality” screenings begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Brooks Room. Free admission and free popcorn, courtesy of the Adult Formation Committee. Come enjoy a movie screening with friends on Wednesdays in January & February!

January 22: The Lives of Others (2006) — A drama set in East Germany in 1984, this film begins when Gerd Wiesler, an officer with the East German secret police, attends a play written by Georg Dreyman, who is considered by many to be the ultimate example of the loyal citizen. Wiesler has a gut feeling that Dreyman can’t be as ideal as he seems, and believes surveillance is needed. The more time Wiesler spends listening in, the more he comes to care about his subjects. Hosted by Liz Richmond.

 

January 29: Ex Machina (2014) — Hosted by William Vodrey

February 5: One More Time with Feeling — Hosted by Tom Brown

February 12: Ostrov (The Island) — Hosted by Kyra Nay

February 19: The Martian — Hosted by Chris Chance