The Will to See

France, 93m, DCP

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Screened April 29–May 12, 2022

An oldtime war reporter, philosopher, and writer, BernardHenri Lévy is sent by a group of newspapers (Paris Match, la Repubblica, The Wall Street Journal, Stern, and others) to bear witness and report from places in the world where suffering and misery is at its peak, where wars are going on under our noses, where the world‘s destiny is being determined and no one, it seems, is paying attentionAn unflinching look at the most urgent humanitarian crises around the globe. In one of many travels documented in this film, Lévy meets with President Zelensky and shines a light (and lens) on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. A Cohen Media Group release

A film by Bernard-Henri Lévy Marc Roussel


Le Figaro

Bernard-Henri Lévy does nothing that goes unnoticed. He is an intellectual adventurer who brings publicity to unfashionable political causes.”

The New York Times

[The movie] is a damning indictment of a selfish and callous Western world that turned inward in 2020.”

The Washington Post