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VISION: FROM THE LIFE OF HILDEGARD VON BINGEN

WED, DEC 12 / 7 pm
DIR. MARGARETHE VON TROTTA
2009 | GERMANY, FRANCE | 110 MIN
(German w/ English subtitles)

Vision is the moving, true story of famed 12th-century nun Hildegard von Bingen. Bingen was one of the most important,inspirational and visionary female leaders of the Medieval Age, responsible for ushering European women into the modern era of science and enlightenment. A highly gifted composer, philosopher and scientist, Bingen faced outrage from the church over her claims that she received visions from God.

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“As depicted in Vision, Hildegard was creative, passionate, fierce, dogged, manipulative, holy, learned, loyal—and obedient to her ideal of faith. She supported education and independence for women at a time when most women had neither. Being female, the story of Hildegard shows, often means fighting for parity against men in charge.” -LISA MILLER, NEWSWEEK
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