If the open air cinema program at the Rosedal doesn’t take your fancy, here’s a plan b for you. Thank you Buenos Aires and your proactive Culture Ministry.
Nazis, baby dolls, genetic experiments and an innocent family all combine in what many are calling the perfect thriller. The German Doctor or Wakolda (which comes from the Mapuche in Patagonia) is being screened on Thursday 28th (tonight) and again on Sunday 31st at the Casa del Bicentenario, at 8PM for free.
Based on a true story, the film explores a segment of history that the film industry seldom delves into: the new life of German Nazis following the end of the Second World War.
The Casa del Bicentenario is a cultural center and museum located in Recoleta the barrio known for blue haired ladies who (still) lunch.