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Margarethe Von Trotta - Career - HANNAH ARENDT
... In an interview with Thilo Wydra, von Trotta is asked if Arendt is similar to the women she has portrayed in past films ... Von Trotta replies with an explanation about how real-life characters from her past films, Rosa Luxemburg and Die bleierne Zeit (Marianne and Juliane ... Von Trotta says, “Hannah Arendt is a woman who fits into my personal mold of historically important women that I have portrayed in my films ...
Margarethe Von Trotta - Career - Vision
2009) chronicles the true tale of Hildegard von Bingen, a nun who stands for another one of von Trotta’s strong female protagonists who fights the patriarchal society of the ... In an interview between von Trotta and Damon Smith from Filmmaker Magazine, von Trotta explains her choice for the subject of her film “When I’m searching for a woman in the very distant past, I look for a ... in this story, just like the rest of von Trotta’s films, between Hildegard and a young nun, Richardis ...
Marianne And Juliane
... is a 1981 West German film directed by Margarethe von Trotta ... In the film, Von Trotta depicts the two sisters Juliane (Christine) and Marianne (Gudrun) through their friendship and journey to understanding each other ... Marianne and Juliane was von Trotta's third film and solidified her position as a director of the New German Cinema ...
Margarethe Von Trotta - Career
... Federal Republic.” Within this first film of von Trotta’s, one can see the conflict “between the personal and the public” that resonates throughout her early film career ... The female characters within the story must occupy suffocating spaces that von Trotta uses to represent the confinement that women are subjected to in a world run by men ... Von Trotta was in charge of supervising the performance aspect while Schlöndorff dealt with the film’s mechanics ...

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