Filmabend: Goodbye Lenin | March 5

Filmabend: Goodbye Lenin | March 5


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Filmabend: Goodbye Lenin 

Join us for a film viewing and discussion about the history of Germany. Before viewing “Goodbye Lenin,” we will learn about the cultural idiosyncrasies of former East Germany. After the film, we will discuss the effects of reunification in Berlin. We will show the film with English subtitles so a range of German language learners can attend.

March 5, 6:00-8:30pm

Seat limit: 7 students

Please register at least one week in advance. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at

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A full course credit or refund can be requested prior to one week before the start of the course or workshop. If a student requests a refund, they will be charged a $30 fee. Students can request a 50% refund up until the first day of this class, and they will not be charged an additional fee. We cannot issue any refunds after this period.

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Meet your Instructor

Janet Gesme
Janet GesmeInstructor —Spanish, German and Russian

I was born in Springfield, Missouri and started life as a professional violist, but the allure of languages has pulled me into learning German, Russian, Spanish, French, and a little Hungarian and Korean. I have a master’s degree in German from Portland State University and have translated the German best sellers “Around the World on 50 Bucks” and “The Sound of Life’s Unspeakable Beauty.” I have also worked as a Spanish translator for Head Start, and as a tri-lingual screener for Volunteers in Medicine (English, Spanish and Russian). I am completely addicted to learning languages and can’t wait to share this joy with you!



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