But Hannah Arendt accomplishes something rare in any biopic and
unheard of in a half century of critical hyperbole over all things
Arendt: it actually brings Arendt’s work back into believable—and
But [the work entitled] *Hannah Arendt* accomplishes something
(which is) rare
in any biopic
(which is) unheard of
in a half century of critical hyperbole
over all things Arendt...
rare and unheard of are parallel. To be unheard of is never to have been experienced or witnessed before.
all things Arendt : any matter, tidbit, story, etc relating to Arendt.
["The discussion is wide open -- all things Mozart are fair game: his travels, his compositions, his romantic involvements, his relationship with his father, anything having to do with him."] The modifier there follows the noun it modifies: ~"all Arendt things".
over = concerning, about. "What's this argument over?"
Every aspect of Arendt's life, no matter how small or trivial, has been exaggerated in critical accounts for the last half century. Hannah Arendt accomplishes something which was not witnessed in those accounts and which is rare in any biopic...