Muriel Spark in Jerusalem.
The dangers lurking in false portrayals of the Nazi official show why Holocaust films must be held to account.
Even discussions about one of Israel’s most triumphant moments are bound to be colored by the ongoing struggle over the morality of its actions.
The need is great for accurate cinematic portrayals of not only Eichmann, his capture and his trial, but of the Holocaust itself.
The Wiener Library.
In a new movie, Margarethe von Trotta attempts to fight Arendt’s battles over Eichmann in Jerusalem; she doesn’t understand those battles any better than Arendt. . .