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Franco Namibia Cultural Centre to screen outdoor movie for the hopeless romantics

Franco Namibia Cultural Centre to screen outdoor movie for the hopeless romantics

As Valentine’s Day approaches, the Franco Namibia Cultural Centre will celebrate the day with a screening of a special outdoor movie titled, ‘2 autumns, 3 winters’ on 14 February at 19:30. Entrance for the event will be N$40.

According to the Centre the screening is aimed for people who still have not found a romantic night out on Valentine’s Day.

The movie is about 33 year old, Arman who is ready to make a change, starting with a run in the park. This is when he literally bumps into Amelie, who is slightly cynical but nevertheless lovely, on the jogging path. This is where Arman becomes dead set on making a connection with her.

As fate brings the two together, Arman’s best friend Benjamin suffers an unexpected stroke, relegating him to the hospital for week where he false for his doting young physical therapist. Over the curse of two autumns and three winter, Arman, Amelie and Benjamin share the incidental moments, unexpected accidents, unconventional love stories and unforgettable memories that will define who they are

FNCC has promised a movie in the language of love, which is like none of these Hollywood crazy love stories, this movies is a relatable, sweet and funny romantic film.


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