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The Polish Failures Club in Berlin


delphiandomine 86 | 16,313    
25 Jun 2017  #1
Does anyone know more about this? It was set up by some Polish immigrants in Berlin, and appears to enjoyed considerable success. I wonder if anyone here has attended one of their events, or seen the film that they inspired, Die Ostseeerweiterung? It's particularly interesting that they achieved mainstream recognition in Germany.

porta-polonica.de/en/Atlas-of-remembrance-places/polish-failures-club-club-der-polnischen-versager

Despite its easy-going name the Polish Failures Club has a serious intention. It is dedicated to fiascos, to disappointments, in short to failure. Its members are convinced that failure is an integral part of life.

Ziemowit 9 | 2,860    
25 Jun 2017  #2
It's interesting. I am surprised, however, that their headquarters is in central Berlin (Berlin-Mitte) which doesn't seem such a big failure after all.
jon357 66 | 13,335    
25 Jun 2017  #3
Die Ostseeerweiterung?

That's actually a not bad film.

Most of the Polish community in Berlin live around Lichtenberg; a few OK bars and cafes.



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