Frédéric Choffat / José Lillo, Kristoff K.Roll

For several months after Hitler became chancellor in 1933, the Austrian polemist Karl Kraus denounced the horrors of the Nazi apparatus in a 360-page text. He particularly attacked the press, which he held responsible for the emergence of National Socialism. His text was a cry that no one wanted to hear at that time. Karl Kraus died in 1936. Did anyone hear him?

Also included with this film (60m): a conference by Jacques Bouveresse on Karl Kraus (1h40m), and a live electroacoustic concert by Kristoff K.Roll (45m)

DVD-Video — Surround (LFDT 2008)

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