When Susan Sontag was sitting in the Audience

German Movies | 86 min | -

50 years after "A Dialogue of Women's Liberation" took place in Manhattan Town Hall - a panel discussion on the role of gender between the author Norman Mailer and protagonists of the feminist movement of the 70s - research is being carried out into their legacy in Berlin: Directed by RP Kahl, who himself takes on the role of Norman Mailer, actors play the show. In addition to the actual reenactment, the discussions at the time are commented on and supplemented by disguised conversations. This not only creates a (new) controversy, but also a lively exchange between the past and the now.
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