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Rosa LuxemburgCzechoslovakia, Germany, 1986
Rosa Luxembourg (1871-1919), aka “Red Rosa” was drawn into a world of social and political revolutionism and played a central part in constructing the Socialist world-view. Major opponent of First World War, she was sent to prison, but continued her ideological battle even behind bars. The film draws an impressive portrait of a woman with no compromises, a brilliant journalist, gifted speaker and a demanding lover, who devoted her life to people whose voice was not heard.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with Tamar Gozansky, a left-wing Israeli politician concerned with rights of workers, women, children and human rights in general.
Fiction | Video | 122 Minutes | Color | German and Polish, Hebrew subtitles
Director: Margarethe von Trotta
9/11, 16:00Get Tickets