Hannah Arendt, one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century, both lived through and wrote about the open wounds of modern times. Her insights about the nature of evil, origins of totalitarianism and plight of refugees sound today more relevant than ever. The deep humanistic message at the core of her thinking is no less relevant.
"A masterpiece of documentary filmmaking that delves deep rather than whitewash." - Shany Littman, Ha'aretz
Winner, Best Documentary | Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Winner, Best Editing | Sole Luna International Film Festival
Winner, Best Documentary on Literature | Master of Art Film Festival, Bulgaria
Directed by Ada Ushpiz
Israel, Canada, 2015
English, Hebrew, German (with English subtitles)