At the last edition of Open Air Cinema 2016 on August 25th, Humanity House in The Hague shows the Steven Spielberg film The Terminal.
Viktor Navorsky from Eastern Europe visits New York. When he arrives at Kennedy Airport, war breaks out in his homeland. He cannot fly back, and with his current papers he cannot enter the US. Viktor improvises, and for months he makes Kennedy Airport his temporary home, where he observes people and falls in love with stewardess Amelia.
The story is based on the life of the Iranian asylum seeker Merhan Karimi Nasseri, who was confined to Charles de Gaulle Airport from 1988 to 2006.
Read more about the program here.