The Wandering Jew
aka The Life of Theodor Herzl

Austria, 1921, 59 minutes, B&W
Silent with English intertitles
Directed by Otto Kreisler


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by The National Center for Jewish Film

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Available public performance formats: 16mm, Beta

 



Synopsis

This early film biography of the founder of modern Zionism depicts Theodor Herzl learning in his youth about Jewish persecution throughout the ages and then developing his theory of political Zionism as the only solution to antisemitism. The film then follows Herzl's efforts to implement his ideas by converting European leaders and Jews to his cause.

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