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(255) 6.8 95 min 2018

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...

Starring
Alfredo Brillembourg, Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, Jean-Marc Drut
Genres
Documentary
Director
Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch

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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 Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch
Writer Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch
Stars Alfredo Brillembourg, Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, Jean-Marc Drut
Country Germany
Also Known As Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus, A construção do futuro: 100 anos da Bauhaus, Espíritu Bauhaus - 100 años, Bauhaus: De la Construcción del Futuro, Bauhaus Spirit, Duch Bauhausu, バウハウス・スピリット, Bauhaus Spirit - 100 anni di Bauhaus
Runtime 1H 35M
Description 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.

Top reviews

Thursday, 21 May 2020 06:34

If I could give this film a ten, I would. We have been taken for a ride with The Baden Baden Festival of Ideas, that unfortunately didn't live up to my expectations. But what a shame! We have been treated to the most amazing collections of forgotten art that we will never get to see again. All of these forgotten works are now collected in one place. "The Guggenheim" is one of the oldest libraries in the world. A true treasure of the artistic community. I was looking forward to seeing it once again, but now that I have seen it, I still can't wait to see it again. The negatives of this film are many, but I will not mention them. The film does seem to have been re-edited, which might explain some of the not so great acting. I still think that some of the acting was way over the top. The script was still okay, but not great. However, I do not think that the film should have been re-edited. It should have stayed that way. There was a chance that it would have been more appealing if it was more "made-for-TV" quality. There were plenty of problems with the scenes that we could see that the actors were not very good. For example, there were many scenes where I could see that the actors did not fit the given mood. I also felt that the script was sometimes lacking. There were also some scenes that were out of place. The watercolor painting with the "Cezanne" painting on the front page was very wrong. I would also say that the film is overlong. The film goes on for a very long time, and it should have ended at the end. The subject matter of the film is too important to be left out. The way that the film is edited is not very professional. They should have edited the film down by about 30 minutes, but they did not. In a word, the film was overlong. The Film is wonderful, but it is not perfect. The film was just a bit too long. The film was okay to see, but it is not great. In the end, I would recommend that you go and see the film, but I would not recommend that you purchase the film. This film is too valuable to let it go into the general public's hands. You could save yourself the effort and purchase the film, but I am sure that you could find it elsewhere.
Monday, 18 May 2020 15:48

I had the chance to see this film recently, during a sneak preview at The Baader-Meinhof Center, in Germany. The movie is a solid overview of all the significant aspects of this remarkable project, starting with the initial experiment of building a bathhouse in the late 1940s, continuing with the subsequent experiments, going into the subjects in the project, and finally ending with the current project. The movie is in English, with subtitles. While it was quite a long time between my first viewing of the film and the last one, I can only say that this movie really is worth seeing. The cast is very good, and the documentaries are very interesting. It's very rare to see a film that shows the progress of an experiment over many years, but this one does it really well. I recommend it to anyone who has a good knowledge of German history. It's definitely not a documentary about one specific project, but it's certainly not a documentary about one specific person. If you're looking for a detailed history of one specific experiment or a detailed history of any individual, I would say I wouldn't recommend this movie, but if you're looking for a good summary of an amazing experiment and want to know a little bit about the history of the project, then I would recommend it. I think the movie will also work for those who are interested in the history of watercolors, and just want to know the basics of what made the project famous. The movie even gives some brief information about this project, even though it only briefly covers that aspect of the history of the bathhouse. I'm still trying to work out if the people in the movie are actually real or not, and I'm still not sure if it was actually a real experiment, but the movie is very detailed about it. The movie shows the beautiful results, both the good and the bad, the engineering, the administration and the failures. It also explains why the project was shut down, and why it was shut down, why it was shut down, why the people who lost their jobs were actually fired and why they were fired, and even gives some background information on the people who were fired, what their main characteristics were and how they ended up in that situation. It also gives some interesting details about the family and their experience of the bathhouse, as well as some of the people involved in that experience. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about what really happened in the bathhouse project, and it will also serve as an educational tool to those who are interested in history of baths, bathrooms, watercolors, etc. I would give it a 9 out of 10, because the movie was great and it is a good documentary, but it's not 100% perfect.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 13:27

Fulfilling my personal vices. I just want to say this movie was brilliant! It is the first documentary I've ever watched and I couldn't believe the information it gave me. It's one of the greatest things I've ever seen and I'm still not even in Germany yet! My name is Robert Brookes (aka "Seyd") and I'm 20 years old. I live in Porto Alegre, Brazil. I like travel, I like to be in a different city, and I also like to see new things, and this documentary was an absolute pleasure to watch. For me, this documentary will remain as one of my best memories. In the first part, they started with Berlin, because I was born in Berlin and I loved it when I was young. But they did not stop there, and they went to Chicago, to a group of German men that was forced to work in a shoe factory. They saw a lot of beautiful things, and also saw a lot of painful things that men go through in the very beginning of their lives. They also saw a lot of hope that ended badly and was replaced by hatred. I really liked it when they left Berlin, and I also liked it when they came to Berlin again, but in the second part, they finally came to Berlin, where they stayed for the rest of their lives. In that second part, they saw the conditions and the pain that they felt, because they were forced to work there, because they had no other job. They also saw the poor, who were also forced to work there, because of the policies of the communist party, because they were unemployed, because they were unable to pay for their own child care. This documentary told them all the things that they went through as children. What they went through, what they feel about their parents, and what they went through as adults. It's really amazing, because it really felt so real. It really was like I was there. I really could understand everything that they went through. I really couldn't have thought that it could be so beautiful. This documentary is truly a masterpiece. I've already watched it, and I've watched it many times, and I'll watch it again! It's such a shame that this movie can't be released in my country. I'm very sorry. This movie is truly a masterpiece.


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