Hannah Arendt at Renoir

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German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt covers the 1961 trial of a former Nazi for the distinguished magazine The New Yorker under the aegis of editor William Shawn. Her writing - and notably her depiction of the Jewish councils - stirred up huge controversy, introducing the phrase "the banality of evil" into the lexicon of the time. Debate rages and Arendt finds herself in the eye of a storm, debating the trial and its repercussions with fellow intellectuals.

Director:
Margarethe Von Trotta
Duration:
113
Country:
Ger/Lux/Fr
Year:
2012

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