Events/Cultural programme

Ciné-club #2: Hannah Arendt

Margarethe von Trotta

20th, 1961. This second biopic focuses on the famous Jewish philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt.

When the philosopher learnt about the trial of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann, who was responsible for the deportation of thousands Jews, she decides to contact The New Yorker. She wants to report about the war crimes of the Second World War.
She publishes a series of articles about her theory of ’’The banality of evil’’ and controversy follows.

Note: This film is a French-German movie, but the languages talking on it are English and German.

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