In Imagine, Ian (Edward Hogg) is a new teacher at a Lisbon institute for the blind who is himself blind. Insisting that a cane is unnecessary to make his way through the everyday world, he teaches his methods of echolocation, in which sound, particularly acoustic echoes, are used for navigation, to his students. While some question the validity of his claims, one student, Eva (Alexandra Maria Lara, Rush) is intrigued, and a bond forms between the two. Amid hints that Ian’s methods are not without flaws are clever sequences which place the viewer in the protagonists’ position in this sweet love story. Director Andrzej Jakimowski will take part in a post-screening Q&A.
Showing as part of IFI & Kinopolis: 8th Polish Film Festival (November 5th – 9th).
You could win a FREE pair of tickets to this Opening Film and Q&A! Simply answer the question below before midnight on Sunday, November 3rd, and the winners contacted on Monday, November 4th.
Who directed Imagine, and will take part in a Q&A at the IFI following its screening on November 5th?
A. Jerzy SkolimowskiB. Maria SadowskaC. Andrzej Jakimowski
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Competition closes at midnight, Sunday November 3rd 2013. The winners will be contacted by email shortly after. (See IFI Terms and Conditions regarding prizes and competitions.)
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