Ever wondered what it’s like to be an orphaned courgette? This comedy animation is for you!
The new year brings a new name to the children’s cinema club Das Kinderkinoradl, which now becomes…STADT.KINO.PIONIERE! Continuing its mission to bring wonderful films to children on selected Sundays, this time they’re showing ‘Mein Leben als Zucchini’ (‘My Life as a Courgette’). This charming Swiss-French stop motion comedy tells the tale of a nine-year old courgette who is left alone when his alcoholic mother dies. He goes on to befriend a policeman, who brings him to his new home, along with other children from difficult backgrounds. Find out what happens next by going to see the film 🙂
Recommended if you like: courgettes, stop motion animation, films that are fun for kids and adults, film clubs, spending your Sunday in the kino, child-friendly events, fun things to do at the weekend
Sun. 19th Jan