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Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus

Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus is a movie starring Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, and Alfredo Brillembourg. The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of...

Other Titles
Bauhaus Spirit, A construção do futuro: 100 anos da Bauhaus, Bauhaus: De la Construcción del Futuro, バウハウス・スピリット, Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus, Duch Bauhausu, Espíritu Bauhaus - 100 años, Bauhaus Spirit - 100 anni di Bauhaus
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Alfredo Brillembourg, Rosan Bosch, Jean-Marc Drut, Torsten Blume
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

The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of how architecture can ensure that people live better together and participate in everyday life.

Comments about documentary «Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus» (14)

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Mark Hunt

This movie was a revelation. I was never a fan of Dafoe but I thought he would make a decent Die Hard villain. But after watching this movie I now know I had a mistake. Dafoe is a great actor but he is not a good bad guy. This movie makes him look like a professional. If you are a fan of Die Hard movies I strongly suggest you watch this movie. It will make you laugh and cry. Dafoe is the best Die Hard villain yet. It is a true shame that this movie is not available in Germany. If you can get your hands on a copy I strongly suggest you buy it. It is a must see for any Die Hard fan.

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Janice K.

A man once said that one should never look too hard into a person's life. That was right. Although this film does present an interesting snapshot of the early German Bauhaus culture, one must look beyond the surface. Some of the more interesting aspects of the film concern the extensive use of camera techniques. From the earliest recorded moments, the camera is always on, looking for the point of interest. In this case, it is a horse-drawn carriage, which is used for the first time in the film. As we see the horses being transported by hand, one can see how a photographer can get close to the action and capture the many elements of the time. It is also interesting to see how the film captures the brutality of the German training regime. One could use the term "junkie" to describe the German military system, but the filmmakers chose to call it a "junkie" and emphasize the fact that it was not as brutal as the Allied troops described. This is not a film about the German military. It is a film about the German people and their world in the early 1900's. This film can be an eye-opener for those who are interested in the Bauhaus culture and its influence on the German people.

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Nicole Walker

I have always been interested in German music and culture, but I never had the chance to see this documentary. I recently watched the first half of the film. As a singer I must admit that I am often somewhat puzzled about how to best express myself, as a song writer or a director, when I am forced to improvise in the studio or perform live. I must confess that I have never been great at it, and the only time I could successfully sing or play guitar was on stage. As a film maker, I have tried to find some way to express myself, but I have always been left wondering if the footage is of any use. As a German, I am used to hearing my country's music in a completely different language, but the film's director made a film that was a pretty good translation. I'm also impressed by the passion and dedication that is put into the filmmaking process. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in German music and culture, or anyone who is just looking for a good, well made documentary. (I've seen the original version on DVD and enjoyed it greatly, but the film was edited a little for my taste.)

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All the world's a stage. And if you're not dancing your heart out to the music, the producer is about to cut you loose. Wolfgang was not about to be cut loose. From the very first day he was out on the stage, Wolfgang had a connection with the audience. His music was pure, elegant and very heart warming. After all that he was not happy. The only thing he did not understand was how to make a decent living. He tried to play for the money, but he couldn't. The only thing he was happy about was the fact that he had a good reputation. This was his passion. After all that, he tried to find a good outlet for his talent. He put his heart into it, but he was just not good at it. The only thing he knew how to do was make a good dance record. The only thing he was good at was making the best dance records. That is how he became a superstar. And when he met Milla Jovovich, he realized that this was the person to make this passion into a career. And with the help of her, he began to realize that he had something that was bigger than his music. With Milla, he realized that he could do anything that he wanted, and he could do it in a way that he was passionate about. The film tells the story of Wolfgang's rise to fame and how he was able to achieve it. The film also shows the difficulties that he had in creating a career that was truly fulfilling, and that his life was full of love. When he was out on the stage, he was just a normal guy who wanted to make music. And when he was in the studio, he was just a normal guy who wanted to make music. But as he grew, so did his love for music. He loved Milla and her music, and as he grew, so did his love for her. The film is a very powerful and emotional film, and the way the film tells the story is very interesting. You will not be disappointed at all with the story it tells. And for those of you who are not a fan of Wolfgang, I am sure that you will be very moved by this film. I think that Wolfgang will be a great actor, and I am sure that he will be a great singer as well. And this is the reason why I love the film. Wolfgang will be the next big star in the world of dance music, and he will continue to make great dance records. And he will continue to make a great career for himself.

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Betty Dean

A film which cannot be missed. The film runs for almost 3 hours, which I didn't expect from a film of this nature. The film is so fascinating that I can't wait to watch it again. For me, it was a perfect addition to the best film of 2004. You have to see it in a cinema, if you want to understand the "great" German cinema of the 70s and 80s. The story is really quite fascinating, and the ending is extremely shocking. This film is an absolute must see, and I suggest everyone who has the chance to see it to do so. You won't regret it.

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Donald F.

This is a very fascinating documentary about the project, and it's about a "world-famous" film, but it's really about the city of Berlin. It is a very unique film and it deserves the huge attention. The camera is always with the protagonist and it follows his life from the city centre, through the underground, up to the city, then he gets a job and goes to his apartment. It shows the struggles, the frustrations and the fun of life in the city. It's really interesting to see how the whole project was put together. I think it's a very interesting, and fascinating film, and you should really see it. I've never been to Berlin, but it looks beautiful and the people are really nice and friendly. The film is really fascinating, and you should really watch it.

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Frank D.

You are a pretty wonderful man, I hope to see you again soon!

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Richard Grant

Every single aspect of this film is flawless. It has everything from acting, direction, production, writing, all the way down to the camera work. I have no words to describe how much I admire this film. It will be a classic in my mind for years to come. The only other film that has this much detail and detail is the documentary of the Dresden Holocaust. The only other films that I've ever seen this close to perfection are "Born Into Brothels" and "Carnivore". I would give this film a perfect 10. I would give it the "Best Film" award in any category.

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Katherine W.

This documentary is a great look into the lives of the residents of Bauhaus Berlin. It was made on a budget of about 1 million euros. The amount of material used to create this film is amazing and has allowed the director to get the most out of the subjects. There are about 6 or 7 interviews with the residents and also the people who worked there, but the director used the time very well and the most of the interviews are also video clips from the Bauhaus. Most of the subjects are relatively unknown, but all are fascinating and very much engaging. The interviewees, mostly living in the West, are mostly well known and very engaging. The director used a lot of scenes from the Bauhaus, but most of them are very short and very brief. There are also very few interviews with the Bauhaus alumni. Some of the alumni say that they had difficulty getting through to the director, but overall the interviewees were very engaging. There are also interviews with other German filmmakers that speak very well and are very engaging. Overall, the documentary is very interesting, informative and very engaging.

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Brenda Dean

How to airdrop a 10 year old Holocaust survivor to the center of Auschwitz. This documentary contains interviews with a former Nazi who escaped with his family and a Polish nun who was a prisoner in the concentration camp. It also contains a song sung by the family that can be heard by those who have not yet seen the movie. The movie gives you the chance to see how the liberation of the camp was accomplished. You will also see how some of the guards were not well trained and who did not have the knowledge and knowledge to perform certain tasks. The movie was very well done. The only problem is that you cannot see the Auschwitz concentration camp in its entirety. This movie is a must see for anyone who wants to know about what happened in the history of the Holocaust.

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Movies are made for fun, if that is what you are looking for. It would be nice to think that a movie should be a little different from what you would expect. But then you will come out the other end with a huge amount of questions. This movie is a great example of a true "night and day" movie that will leave you with a big smile on your face. All I can say is that the movie has no "rules" to it. You will either be amazed or angered by the movie. I really enjoyed this movie and I will probably watch it a few more times to fully understand all of the themes and subtexts it has to offer. The director really understands the fact that a movie can be made with a minimal budget, a limited budget, and still be a great movie. What is so great about this movie is that the directors took the time to get the perfect cast to make a great movie, and you know that they did. I have a feeling that this movie will be in my DVD collection for a long time. All in all, I highly recommend this movie to anyone, young or old. It is definitely one of the best films I have ever seen. So don't just sit there and wait for the movie to come out. Go out and buy the DVD and watch this movie, because it will be a great investment in your movie collection!

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Judy Kelley

I saw this movie and it is the best movie I have ever seen. I am very satisfied. My favorite scene is the meeting between Jens and Jens. I really don't understand how he can talk about her to a woman that he hasn't had any contact with in a long time. He is really passionate. He really is a guy who doesn't understand women that he isn't involved with. But he understands that she doesn't want him to be with other women. He can't understand that. That is so different. This movie is a must-see for everyone who loves German film. And if you have read the book, this movie will be even more beautiful. I hope to see this movie again.

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I just saw this film last night at the MoMA. It was a must see for me. The film shows the life of a group of women in a semi-abandoned factory. I don't think I've ever seen anything like it. The film itself is really well put together, the visuals and the sound track are both perfect for the film and make it feel so real. The editing is beautiful, the story is touching and the movie has a lot of emotion. This is the first time I've ever seen a film about women in Germany and the film has touched me in a way that I haven't felt before. I can't wait to see this film again!

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Heather Wheeler

This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. As a German speaking person, I must say that this film is a must-see for every German. It's a good, in depth look at the lives of some of the most talented German musicians and singers. From rock'n'roll to country and folk music, this film will leave you thinking about what you're missing out on if you're not a fan of the music. I had to read the fine print about the British film and even though the overall quality was very high, the editing could have been a little better. As an aside, I would also like to note that the German soundtrack is by far the best I've ever heard. If you're a fan of the music, I would definitely recommend this documentary to you.