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Spirits in the Forest

Spirits in the Forest is a movie starring Depeche Mode, Martin Gore, and Andrew Fletcher. A look at Depeche Mode's final moments of their 2017 Global Spirit Tour, featuring intimate stories from select fans.

Other Titles
Depeche Mode: Spirits in the Forest, Depeche Mode - Spirits in the Forest, Depeche Mode: 'Hinged metsas'
Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
John Merizalde, Anton Corbijn, Pasqual Gutierrez, Anton Corbijn
Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher, David Gahan, Depeche Mode
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at Depeche Mode's final moments of their 2017 Global Spirit Tour, featuring intimate stories from select fans.

Comments about documentary «Spirits in the Forest» (21)

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Danielle Perry

I have been a Hottie since I saw an interview on MTV, but have never had an opportunity to do a song. I did a few songs that I wrote, but they weren't up to par with the lead singer. This film really pushed the boundaries and really opened me up to Hottie. It was really cool to see what these ladies go through and it gives them a lot of support. They really supported the whole thing. There are a lot of musicians that make a lot of noise in the music industry. And people aren't really aware of it. But when you're in this industry, you can't just let your music go. You have to give them your heart and soul. I just want to say thank you to everyone who helped. It really makes my day when I hear people thanking you and giving you a hand up. So, I appreciate you guys. Thank you very much. Again, thank you!

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Louis Evans

This documentary makes sense. I saw it twice and every time I was blown away. It is both breathtakingly honest and always moving. It is one of those rare documentaries that I can watch again and again without wanting to change the channel. I found myself just really wanting to be there. I can watch this again and again and never get bored. I highly recommend this movie. I have recommended it to many of my friends. Every time I watch this documentary I have to be reminded of the seriousness of the subject matter, which is something that most of us would rather not have to think about. I think that the key to enjoying this movie is to actually take the time to appreciate it. I think that the best advice anyone can give is to just go for it and make your own opinion about what it is you want to know. It is one of those documentaries that you want to keep watching.

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Grace Gomez

Truly fantastic. I can't wait for this to come out on DVD. I don't usually agree with the rating this movie is getting, but this one is definitely a great movie. A very important movie for anyone who thinks there are 'bad' films. The imagery in this movie is very surreal, but there's nothing to over analyze. The music is also a fantastic touch. Check this'll love it!

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Elizabeth Brewer

I found this movie to be a highlight. It makes you appreciate the majesty of nature, and the freedom of its inhabitants. This is what I call a "movie."

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I'm very picky about music documentaries. I enjoy watching documentaries that talk about music and the music industry in general. These two were very entertaining. I thought the guy interviewing Steve Miller (Yes that Steve Miller!) was very funny. I think he and the documentary were amazing. It was a great opportunity to have an even larger audience because of the screenings. I'm definitely going to see this again.

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Director: Ram van der Merwe, Writer: Wouter W. Tuymans, Producer: "Wine", A fan of classical music, I was intrigued by this movie, as the opening cinematic clip really made me believe in what I was seeing. It was so bold, it actually played a great tune, as I realized this was something special. I was told the story of which was so powerful, to see a group of musicians actually win the Nobel prize, and believe it was a true honor for a man who really believed in his art. I knew I would be moved by it, as it had such potential. I was so happy for the music I knew that I loved, that I went out and bought my ticket. I was entranced in watching this movie. I loved the power and nobility of the movie, as well as the happiness and excitement of the music. I was so impressed with this movie that I was even more moved when the story ended, and I felt proud that my country finally recognized the true value of music. It was so wonderful to see that the people who made this movie could actually live up to their passion. It was very inspiring. I could not stop singing "Music that sounds like music", and sobbing. It was also inspiring to me that every single person who did not like this movie, should see it, as it is worth their while. I am so grateful for this movie, as it is what music is supposed to be about, and how music should be done. If you are a fan of classical music, this movie is a must see. If you are not a fan, give it a chance, because you will truly be moved by it. This movie will touch you, and make you think about what you are hearing. This movie was so powerful, I wish I could have known more about the story, but I am so happy for the musicians and the musicians and the music that they had to give up their careers to be a part of. This movie was so worth the wait, and so precious.

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Joyce Wagner

This film is a must see for the music loving fan and even more so for the music lover of the arts. For those who think this is a 'Pitch Black' type of film.I'm sorry.I'm not. I believe in films that are not light hearted and entertaining. Music that moves and inspires. I don't think the film is a comedy, as I'm sure some people think it is. I believe that the film is about growing up and finding what makes you happy. Not being just happy, but having a certain thing in your life that you think is important. It's about being happy. And it's about being true to yourself. And it's about having faith and feeling good about yourself. And it's about finding what you are really looking for in life. It's about finding what is important to you. The songs that are on the film are amazing. The music is very nostalgic. I think that the singing is done very well and I think they are both singers. It's a wonderful film that is also a great film for the youth of today to see. If you liked 'Pitch Black', then you will love this film. I am not sure why some people think it's a dark film. It's the most happy film I have seen in years. If you don't like it, that's your choice. It's just a good film. Take the time to watch it and you will love it. Thanks for reading

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Amber Perry

Truly inspirational film, deep contemplation is it. The story of art and the dead is truly compelling. Don't believe the negative reviews that try to convince you otherwise. If you're looking for a compelling and thought provoking film, then look no further.

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Ruth H.

I love a movie where the story is told through the music. This movie is not for people who like mindless action, plot-driven, huge explosions and stupid jokes. This is a story about a man who suffered a broken heart, and a dead girl. It shows the relationship between them through the music and their daily lives. It shows that a broken heart cannot heal, but it can make people shine. The main character, who was a musician, plays the piano and sings in "The Wreckers". He is also the conductor of a local band, and takes their music to the music festival. As a result, he has to face a lot of problems. But his passion for music and his confidence in his band saves his life. This story is told through the music, and the story makes you shed tears of laughter. Overall, I recommend this movie to everyone.

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Rose P.

This is a very good documentary, not for the faint hearted. It's a rare occasion when a movie does not have to be filmed in a studio, and instead has the visuals and the music to work. I would have given this film an 8/10, but I think the music was a bit too slow and the editing was a bit too long. There were some good moments, but not enough to make this a great documentary. It is a nice documentary, but not a great one.

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Sarah A.

Forget everything you've heard about this movie and just see it. Take it for what it is and that is a documentary. If you can watch it, that's great, but if you're not sure about it, or don't have a choice, go for it. The music is just magical and you'll be amazed and amazed. I mean, there is no other way to describe it. It's breathtaking. Do yourself a favor and don't listen to those Hollywood critics. Just sit back and enjoy the music and enjoy the movie. The music makes the movie, and the music alone is what makes this movie so beautiful and it is one of those movies that makes you think about everything that happens in your life and makes you want to find out more about it and the things that happen in your life. If you think that you've been robbed and someone took your things, let them know about it. You don't have to take the time to go find out about it, just watch and let it happen to you. Well, that's all I have to say about the music in the movie and I hope that you give it a shot, because it is something special and you'll enjoy it every time. Thanks again for reading.

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Judy W.

I saw this documentary last night and it was one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. I've been a music fan for quite a while and I really enjoyed this movie. It has a great message for those of us who are passionate about music. It shows how much people from different backgrounds can come together to make a music video together and how great it can be. It also shows how much more music videos are made these days, but it also shows how much work is put into them. I really liked the message of the movie and I recommend it to anyone who likes music and is passionate about it. I also recommend it to those who are into the music industry. It shows how many different things go into making a music video and how much work goes into it. I would also recommend it to anyone who is a fan of "The Stone Roses".

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Richard G.

I saw this film at the Brooklyn Festival of Independent Films. It was co-written and directed by Dave Eggers, who also co-produced. The film is a documentary about the folk-rock band the Smiths. The film follows them through their career from their formation in Manchester, England in the early 1980s to their final performance at the 2007 O2 Arena in London. The film was shot in a fashion that is reminiscent of old BBC TV films. The film features interviews with all the members of the band and gives them the opportunity to tell their stories and tell us about their careers. The film also includes many music videos. For a rock documentary, it is very good. It is funny, it is sad, and it is very entertaining. The film is worth watching.

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Mildred S.

Is there any wonder that the world's greatest rock bands are all named after trees? I don't think so! From the Victorian era to the present, the stories of music are full of echoes of the energy and joy of nature. Now there's a documentary film about that. Spirits In The Forest goes on the road to explore the range of spirits who live in and around the forests. These spirits are also ancient legends and legends of various gods. They are presented in a documentary style that is compelling and eye-opening. The new master of ceremonies is Colin Clarkson who has appeared on every continent of the world and performed on all four continents. He will bring you stories of the spirit world, tales of legends and an example of the great environmental impact that modern industry has on the forest. In Scotland, he will tell stories of stories of nature as a source of inspiration and create a glimpse into how nature works in a city of more than one million people. Over the last 50 years, the world has lost half a million forests to deforestation, and there are 2 million children living in urban areas that are homes to a quarter of the world's population. The Spirit In The Forest shows the power of nature in its greatest form. It shows the stories of the forest that are told by the spirits, but it also shows how we can transform the lives of the children in urban environments by taking care of the trees that they care for and beautifying the earth. Even as we look back to the past of this film and ask ourselves how much we've changed for the better, the best of this film will still be the power of nature and its power of energy that speaks to us, the viewers, in the present.

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Howard Greene

This documentary is an epic story about the teenage idol that became famous and got kicked out of his group. With a soundtrack of songs of the early 80's, he left the only thing he ever loved. It is interesting to see how this dream and legend got to be what it is. It is sad to see that with all the fan-worship and friendship he had, he actually got kicked out of the group and he became a failure. It is a really interesting story and an amazing story!

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This is a documentary on the 1970's Zappa Band's story. It follows the band throughout their start, break-up and reformation. It also covers the story of the bands past, the success of their early work, and the past of the band itself. It goes into the band members lives and how the band came to be. There are many interviews with current members and they talk about how they got started in the music business and how they ended up in the band. There are also music footage, such as a concert, behind the scenes, and audio of the band performing. This documentary is an amazing story about the band's rise and the story of their rise and fall. The stories of the band's early life are also told as they talk about their early music, their journey to break-up, and their break-up and re-formation. It's amazing to see how they were different, they still are. This documentary also shows them regroup, and how they regrouped into the band. This documentary was amazing to me as it was about how they became the band that they were and the love they had for music. They went on break-up after breaking-up, so this documentary focuses on their current story and their break-up and re-formation. I will be telling people to watch this documentary as it is a very entertaining and entertaining story. It tells the story of the band and their rise and fall, the person who made it and why, and their history, and the love they had for music.

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Elizabeth Tran

If you are looking for an entertaining film, this is it. I'm a bit skeptical of the Academy, but they didn't do a terrible job with this one. There are a lot of great moments in this documentary. The only thing I didn't like about it was the color of the footage. The color was off and it looked like it was filmed in a day, not a week. I also found the soundtrack to be a bit off. It's not like I was listening to it in the theater. I also found the movie itself to be a bit boring. I'm not saying that it's boring because I like music. I'm just saying that I don't like movies that are boring. I'm not saying that it's a bad movie. It's a good movie. The only thing I would have changed is the music. I don't know if I would have had the same reaction to the soundtrack if I was listening to it in a theater. If you're looking for a great documentary about the music business, this is the one to watch. It's an entertaining film.

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This movie was really good, great music, wonderful story, great way of portraying the stories of the old timers, the "Spirit of the times" when things were different and spiritual. It was a great way of presenting the old folk's music and the new music that came out of the hippie movement, hippies being the people who went through the psychedelic movement. The way that you got the pictures of these great rockers is by using computer technology and film making to get the pictures of the concert. The music, some people say that they don't like music as much as they did when they were younger, well, that is right. But I like music. I love music and I think it is something that is very powerful and it's important to the soul. And the story was very powerful. It was about a bunch of people who decided to just not take anything serious and just enjoy life. The ones who did not want to go on stage and just listen to the music. And this film was done by actors, a film crew, and the entire crew worked together. It is interesting how they made the pictures. They wanted to be as natural as possible and that is why the pictures are so beautiful. They work with the actors to make the film seem real. I just loved this movie, I think it is one of the best movies I have ever seen. I think that it is a very good film for everyone.

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Grace Castillo

I have a hard time putting my finger on why this film is so controversial. I'm not sure if it's because it shows us a side of the world that we rarely see on the big screen, or if it's because it is a documentary, but I do know that it is a very powerful and thought-provoking film. The film is essentially about the life of Elvis Presley, but it is more than that. It is about the life of a great musician who struggled to survive in the midst of his fame and fortune. The film is also about the legacy that Elvis has left to the world, and the toll it has taken on his family. It is also about the legacy that has been left behind by his fans, who have made the world a better place. There are many interviews with musicians and fans who have all told their stories of Elvis. I especially liked the interview with Rob Gordon, who had a great passion for the music, and told his story of Elvis Presley and the success that he had in the 1970's. I think that Rob is a very interesting and inspiring interview, and it was very interesting to hear his story. I also enjoyed the interviews with other celebrities, such as Lucinda Williams, the Queen, and John Lennon, and I think that the director did a wonderful job of showing us their stories of the same thing that Elvis had to deal with. I also liked the documentary about the woman who was a major supporter of Elvis. The film is very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the life of Elvis Presley.

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Steven Sims

This is an amazing documentary that touches on some of the most serious issues in our society today. It is an absolutely amazing story of how people are treated and treated in our society today. It also has some amazing footage and interviews from many of the artists that were involved in this film. I highly recommend this film. It is a must see.

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Stephanie K.

This movie is a documentary on the making of "The Wizard of Oz" by the WPA. It is a bit more of a comedy than a documentary but the subject matter is more serious. This movie has several interviews with the WPA members who worked on the film. I was surprised to find out that the WPA had a strong negative attitude towards the film. Many of them hated it but a few of them, especially the ones who were the most involved in the making of the film, had a positive attitude. The most interesting parts of the movie are the interviews with the people who worked on the film. The most interesting part is the one with Lillian Gish who was the head of the WPA. She talked about how she worked with the WPA on the film and she seemed very proud of what she did. She said that she was proud of what the WPA did in the film because it had such a positive effect on the world. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has ever had a positive attitude towards the WPA or anyone who is interested in the WPA. This movie is not meant to be a documentary on the WPA but a comedy of sorts. The WPA was a great organization and they should be celebrated for that.