Event Zernez

Cinema: One Life

Shortly before World War II, Nicholas Winton rescues hundreds of Jewish children from the Nazis. Even 50 years later, he still blames himself for not having done more. Until, unexpectedly, he meets some of those who were rescued at the time.


23.07.2024 from 21:35 to 23:59 o'clock
The box office is open from 8.00 p.m.:
Adults: CHF 15.–, children up to 16 years CHF 10.–.
No pre-sale
Zernez, 7530, Schlosshof Planta-Wildenberg

Nicholas "Nicky" Winton, a young London realtor, rescues 669 children from the Nazis in the months leading up to World War II. Nicky visits Prague in December 1938 and finds families who had fled the rise of the Nazis in Germany and Austria, living in desperate conditions and the imminent threat of a Nazi invasion. He immediately realizes that it's a race against time: how many children can he and his team save before the borders are closed? 50 years later, the year is 1988, Nicky (Anthony Hopkins) is still haunted by the fate of the children he was unable to bring to safety in England.
Seats are not numbered. If you have specific seating requirements, we recommend that you arrive early so that you can reserve your place. The film screenings take place in all weathers in the true sense of an open-air cinema on open grounds. In case of rain, we give out rain ponchos. These keep you warm and guaranteed to stay dry. Normally, the nights in mountainous areas are rather cool, even in summer. Therefore, we recommend that you put on warm clothes and possibly bring a woolen blanket with you. Film bistro from 8.00 p.m. in the castle park with meat skewers from the grill, "Schoppa ruduonda", fresh popcorn and other fine products from Graubünden.
The programme leporello is available at the Zernez National Park Centre or at www.nationalpark.ch.


Zernez, 7530, Schlosshof Planta-Wildenberg

Schlosshof Planta-Wildenberg, 7530 Zernez

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