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(330) 6.5 89 min 2016

Karl Marx City is a movie starring Christa Epperlein, Petra Epperlein, and Uwe Epperlein. A filmmaker journey through the former East Germany looking into her father's 1999 suicide.

Starring
Petra Epperlein, Volker Epperlein, Uwe Epperlein, Christa Epperlein
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Tucker, Petra Epperlein

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Michael Tucker, Petra Epperlein
Writer Michael Tucker, Petra Epperlein
Stars Petra Epperlein, Volker Epperlein, Uwe Epperlein, Christa Epperlein
Country Germany
Also Known As Karl Marx Stadt
Runtime 1H 29M
Description A filmmaker journey through the former East Germany looking into her father's 1999 suicide.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 00:43

I was pleasantly surprised with this documentary. The title, 'Marx's Soviet' and the subject matter (a Marxist) made it sound as if it were going to be an all out attack on Marx. However, this film does not seem to be the case. Rather, it is an examination of the way Marx and his followers were perceived by their fellow workers. Some of the ways in which they were viewed, were rather warped. However, this does not mean that Marx was a bad person or that his ideas are wrong. Marx was one of the greatest thinkers in history and his ideas can be defended, so I'm not going to give my opinion on that. What I will say is that the documentary was very interesting and thought provoking. The way it was filmed was good and I found the acting to be good. This documentary was also very well edited. In the beginning, it was easy to overlook the fact that the film was going to be edited. However, after a while, the film really started to pick up and become interesting. The documentary showed how Marx's ideas were perceived by the workers. It also showed how his ideas were perceived by Marx's supporters. The way in which the documentary was edited was very good and made it easy to follow the documentary. However, I would have liked to have seen a bit more of Marx's life and to have seen a bit more about his ideas. The film also didn't cover the reasons for the war in Germany and the way in which it was viewed by Marx and his followers. It just gave us the reason for the war and nothing more. However, the documentary was very interesting and I would recommend it.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 05:23

What an excellent documentary. As one might expect from those involved in the making of this film, the film is very well done. There is also a great deal of insight into the media, both the modern media and traditional media. As a veteran of the media, I was particularly impressed with the way in which the film was able to capture the sheer enormity of the "revolving door" in the United States. The U.S. Government has never officially admitted to any form of this practice, but there are plenty of people who would do just about anything to get their hands on the same kind of money that they can get from other countries. This is an issue that has caused considerable friction within the U.S. Government, and it's been very difficult to get people to agree on what to do about it. This film does a good job of laying out the facts, and doing so in a very honest and direct manner. I especially liked the way in which the film showed how "low level" it was, not really showing the gross abuses of power and how they have affected people in different ways. The film also gives the viewer a very good insight into the "us versus them" mentality of the people involved in the system. The way the film was able to capture this very prevalent "us vs them" mentality is something that I am sure will be extremely useful to those who are interested in getting involved with the issue of government corruption. All in all, I thought that the film was very well done, and I would highly recommend it.


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