“What you can see from here” tells the story of 22-year-old Luise and her grandmother Selma, who live in a small, remote village in the Westerwald. Whenever she dreams of someone, something happens to that person… The literary adaptation “What you can see from here” will be screened on Thursday, February 9th at 4 p.m. in the CINEWORLD Mainfrankenpark film café.
It starts at 3 p.m. with delicious specialties from the cake and torte manufacturer “Tortenglück” from Westheim. The cinema team also serves aromatic coffee. The film starts at 4 p.m.
The film “What you can see from here” is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by German author Marina Leky. The novel was published in 2017 and was a real surprise hit, selling over 700,000 copies and translated into 22 languages. Directed by Aron Lehmann (“The most beautiful girl in the world”), Luna Wedler (“So close to the horizon”) and Corinna Harfouch (“What remains”) play the leading roles.
Maps are available online for exact locations www.cineworld-main.de. A box office is also open in CINEWORLD. Current information is also available on Facebook and Instagram (@cineworld.mainfrankenpark).
Content “What You Can See From Here”
Luise (Luna Wedler) grew up with her grandmother Selma (Corinna Harfouch) in a remote village in the Westerwald. Selma has a special gift, because she can foresee death. Whenever an okapi appears to her in a dream, someone in the village will die the next day. However, it is unclear who will be hit. The whole village is ready: final preparations are made, secrets are revealed, confessions are made, love is declared….