1h 53m | Drama
Hannah Arendt is a reporter for The New Yorker. After she attends the war crimes trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann, she daringly chronicles the Holocaust in a way no one has ever done before and her work instantly becomes a scandal. She begins getting attacked by almost everyone—family and friends included. What follows is Arendt’s struggle to suppress her own painful memories of the past and how exile begins to define and derail her life.
|Director:||Margarethe von Trotta|
|Cast:||Janet McTeer, Barbara Sukowa, Julia Jentsch, Nicholas Woodeson|
|Writer(s):||Pam Katz, Margarethe von Trotta|