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(305) 7.3 125 min 2015

Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt is a movie starring Hannah Arendt, Jury Andruchowytsch, and Aharon Appelfeld. A documentary about the life and work of hannah arendt, the prolific and unclassifiable thinker,political...

Starring
Hannah Arendt, Steven Asheim, Aharon Appelfeld, Jury Andruchowytsch
Genres
Documentary
Director
Ada Ushpiz

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Ada Ushpiz
Writer Ada Ushpiz
Stars Hannah Arendt, Steven Asheim, Aharon Appelfeld, Jury Andruchowytsch
Country Germany, Canada, Israel
Also Known As Vida Activa: O Espírito de Hanna Arendt, Hannah Arendt - Die Pflicht zum Ungehorsam, Vita Activa: Hannah Arendti vaim, Hannah Arendt - Du devoir de la désobéissance civile
Runtime 2H 5M
Description A documentary about the life and work of hannah arendt, the prolific and unclassifiable thinker,political theorist, moral philosopher and polemicist, and with her encounter with the trial of Eichmann a high ranking nazi.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Apr 2020 00:17

I was fortunate enough to see the film last night in a theater in Brooklyn. It was a rare treat to see a film that was free to the public, and that was the case with this film. I have been a member of the Society for the Advancement of Science since it's inception in 1981, and have been involved with the science fiction community ever since. I am glad to see that more people are seeing this film, and that it is spreading. The film is very well done. There were several parts of the film that I had to turn away from because I was so shocked at what I was seeing. I was so happy to see the work of so many people involved in this film. It was an amazing experience, and I am so happy that the film is going to be available on DVD. It will be a great addition to our library, and it is a shame that it is not being released in the United States. The film was shot on location in New York City, and the locations were the best I have ever seen. The scenes were so authentic that I found myself holding my breath throughout the film. I was amazed at the work that was done, and the accuracy of the locations. The film is very informative, and will be an interesting addition to our library. I would recommend the film to anyone who is interested in the history of science fiction, and the effects that a large organization like the Society for the Advancement of Science can have on the world. The film was well made, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in science fiction, history, and politics. This film is an excellent example of how a film can be made, and how it can be made in a way that is educational and entertaining. I am so happy that we are seeing more films like this that will be released on DVD, and that will make our collection more complete.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 17:09

This documentary is about the life and times of the eminent German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt, who was persecuted in the Nazi regime and ended up fleeing to the United States, where she lived and wrote her masterpiece, "The Human Condition". Arendt is one of the most controversial and controversial writers in history, for her theory of the human condition is called into question by many historians, philosophers and philosophers. This documentary is not only about the life and times of Arendt, but it is also about the effect of the Holocaust on her life and her work. The documentary covers many of Arendt's important works and her life, and the documentary is actually divided into four parts. First part focuses on her childhood and youth, and then on her struggle to escape Nazi persecution. The second part covers her years as a scholar and then her years as a journalist, which was the only time she left the country. The third part is about her time in the United States, and the fourth part covers her later life and death. The documentary is very interesting, and it is well-made, but there are also some flaws, which is a bit disappointing. The documentary does not give a complete picture of Arendt's life, and some of the events of her life are not explained. Some of the facts are not clearly explained, such as her friendship with Adolph Hitler, her working relationship with Max Eastman and her friendship with Carl Schmitt. Arendt's friends and lovers are also not explained, and we don't know how close they were to her. The documentary also doesn't tell us much about her relationship with the Nazi regime, although it is mentioned in the second part. But the documentary is still very interesting, and it is a good way to learn about the life of one of the most controversial and controversial writers of all times.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 10:28

The problem with the American media is that it is always on the attack. It is almost always hard to tell what is a news item and what is a propaganda piece. With this in mind, it is not surprising that a documentary on the famous philosopher Hannah Arendt would be attacked. Arendt's book, "The Human Condition," is a well-known book and it is easy to find quotes and references in the media. The problem is that it is difficult to tell what is real and what is not. As the movie "Hannah Arendt: The Human Condition" begins, the issue is not of her having a "murderer" or having a mental illness. It is of her writing a book on human rights, and then turning it into a powerful essay about the dangers of democracy and the need to protect people from the evils of the totalitarianism of Nazism. As the movie progresses, the first half of the film is the book being read in a lecture course at Princeton University, and the second half is the lectures and the book being read at the University of Pennsylvania. This is where the film really works well. It is easy to see that the lecture in Princeton is a propaganda piece, but the actual book is very interesting, and the discussion with her peers and colleagues is interesting. There is a great deal of criticism of her for being a bit too "extreme" on many issues, but in the end, she is a very interesting person and the film is a very good movie. It is easy to see that this is not a documentary, but a political book on a famous person.


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