ACCORDING TO THE NEW YORK TIMES “HANNAH ARENDT” IS AMONGST THE 10 BEST MOVIES OF 2013. AND THE BEST FOR THE JAPANESE CRITICS
The New York Times has selected Hannah Arendt by Margarethe von Trotta – which had its absolute premiere during the last edition of the Bif&st – amongst the 10 best movies of 2013, with the following mention: “Those who complain that movies can’t think don’t really know how to think about movies. This one, focusing on the controversy surrounding its subject’s 1963 book “Eichmann in Jerusalem,” brilliantly dramatizes the imperative at the centre of her life as a writer and philosopher, which was to compel the world to yield to the force of the mind.”
Barbara Sukowa, protagonist in Hannah Arendt, received the “Federico Fellini Award for Cinematic Excellence” at the Teatro Petruzzelli in March.