For four years, Arendt works on the book entitled “Eichman in Jerusalem”, which immediately provokes an international scandal. Directed by Margarethe von Trotta and starring Barbara Sukowa – who plays Hannah Arendt – the film is the portrait of one of the most important thinkers of the 20th century, a woman who shocked the world with her invention of the concept of ‘banality of evil ‘. After attending the trial against the Nazi Adolf Eichmann, Arendt dared to write about the Holocaust in terms that were totally removed from the prevailing orthodoxy and, therefore, intolerable. Immediately, her work caused a huge scandal around the world and fierce criticism from friend and foe. The feature film, which portrays Hannah Arendt during the four years (1961-1964) in which she observes, writes, and survives the reception of her work on the Adolf Eichmann trial, shows Arendt’s seductive mix of arrogance and vulnerability and reveals a soul defined and ruined by exile. Winner of the Silver Spike for best film at the Valladolid Film Festival, “Hannah Arendt” includes real images of the Eichmann trial, which was broadcast on television, live, to half the world. Along with Barbara Sukowa (whose performance earned her the Best Actress Award at the German Film Awards and the Nomination at the European Film Awards), Axel Milberg, Janet McTeer, Julia Jentsch and Ulrich Noethen complete the cast. C + 1 (VM SUB + DEAF + SUB (CAT)) S21 05:40 C + 1 HD (VM SUB + DEAF + SUB (CAT)) S21 05:40 C + Xtra HD (VM SUB + DEAF + SUB (CAT)) M17 23:05 M24 01:35 C + 2 (VM SUB + DEAF + SUB (CAT)) V06 06:10 C + 1 … 30 (VM SUB + DEAF + SUB (CAT)) S21 06:10 C + Xtra (VM SUB + DEAF + SUB (CAT)) M17 23:05 M24 01:35
Hannah and her Sisters Film / Comedy 102 min. 1986 USA D: Woody Allen I: Maureen O’Sullivan, Lloyd Nolan, Dianne Wiest, Michael Caine, Barbara Hershey, Mia Farrow, Max von Sydow, Woody Allen and Carrie Fisher Three New York sisters, daughters of an actress and an actor, they are preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving as a family. The older sister, Hannah, is the strong one: she combines career, marriage to a wealthy businessman and motherhood and, when necessary, pays the bills for her two younger sisters. Holly is sensitive and while trying to become an actress, she lives off her food business which she calls the Stanislavsky Catering Company. The youngest of the sisters is Lee, and she lives in a Soho loft with a mature minimalist painter.