New film: TV star Alwara Höfels: We can learn from the Renaissance

The actress Alwara Höfels loves the culture of the Renaissance - and believes that we can still learn from it today.

New film: TV star Alwara Höfels: We can learn from the Renaissance

The actress Alwara Höfels loves the culture of the Renaissance - and believes that we can still learn from it today. "I find the Renaissance really exciting, because a new philosophical worldview emerged there, humanism," said the 40-year-old ("My friend, the disgust") of the German Press Agency. "This mindset deals with the nature of the human being. Traces his existence and his meaning. Says that man is able to understand himself and his world of his own accord - and to develop it further." And that affects our present.

Because: "The works of art by Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, Botticelli and the entire epoch offer the opportunity to reflect on us, our life and our society over the centuries. That's why I find this time very inspiring," said Höfels. In today's world, the focus has often shifted - and there is an opportunity to reflect.

A work from the Renaissance, Botticelli's painting "Portrait of a Lady", is also the subject of the thriller "Death Comes to Venice", in which the TV star can be seen on Saturday at 8.15 p.m. on the first. In it, directed by Johannes Grieser, Höfels plays the widow of a restorer who is found dead in a canal in the lagoon city.

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