Mendelsohn's Incessant Visions
Documentaries • 1h 10m
The award-winning film illuminates the life of German Jewish Expressionist architect Erich Mendelsohn. The film deftly juxtaposes Mendelsohn’s original designs and love letters written to his wife Luise with contemporary images, weaving together reflections from architects and locals who use these unique buildings today. A testament to the timelessness of one architect’s visionary design.
Language: Hebrew, English subtitles
Director: Duki Dror
Producers: Yael Shavitt, Duki Dror
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