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Hirschfield presents ‘State vs. Natasha Banina”

The Hirschfield International Film Series will screen “State vs Natasha Banina” on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m. Registration is required and there is a 24-hour window to watch this free film from your own home since Middlebury College is still closed to visitors. Register at middlebury.edu/academics/fmmc/hirschfield/2020-2021.
State vs Natasha Banina
In State vs Natasha Banina, a girl tells the story of her life in a small-town orphanage, and her desire to be free; break out of her world. From the inside of a “ZOOM” courtroom, she will make twists and turns through her unique appeal to audiences as the jurors, letting them into her world where she dreams about love, family, acceptance, adjusting and her future. Ultimately the two worlds collide and the audience gets to decide her fate.
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