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(358) 6.4 93 min 2017

Big Time: Historien om Bjarke Ingels is a movie starring Bjarke Ingels, Charlie Rose, and Elisabet Ingels. BIG TIME follows Bjarke Ingels during the course of 7 years (2009-2016), while he struggles to finish his biggest project so...

Knud Bundgaard Jensen, Elisabet Ingels, Charlie Rose, Bjarke Ingels
Kaspar Astrup Schröder

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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 Kaspar Astrup Schröder
Stars Knud Bundgaard Jensen, Elisabet Ingels, Charlie Rose, Bjarke Ingels
Country Denmark
Also Known As Big time - att bygga en skyskrapa, Big Time - Dans la tête de Bjarke Ingels, Big Time. Retrato de Bjarke Ingels, Wielka architektura, Big Time, Kuinka pilvenpiirtäjä suunnitellaan
Runtime 1H 33M
Description BIG TIME follows Bjarke Ingels during the course of 7 years (2009-2016), while he struggles to finish his biggest project so far. We are let into Bjarke's creative processes as well as the endless compromises that his work entails.

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Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 10:41

I had the chance to see this documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival and I must say it is one of the most fun films I have ever seen. It is so funny that we even get a reference to "The Usual Suspects" right at the beginning. For anyone that has seen this movie, it is probably an insight on just how crazy and crazy people are in the world of film. The humour and the action of this movie is so entertaining. You can't help but laugh and be awed by what they are able to do with just a camera. I love the fact that this film makes the connection between the hipster scene and the high school scene in America. Everyone that you see in this film are like a typical, self-conscious, high school student that have not matured, but have not grown out of it either. It is so true that everyone is a "rude" person in their own way. Some people just don't want to change, some want to be normal, some want to be different, some want to be something they are not, and most of all, some just want to have fun. The main character of this film is a rebellious high school student that is stuck in the "weird" side of town with a gang of "nerds". One day, the two main characters meet each other and start to "humble" themselves. This film really shows how much the film makers love and respect the film industry and all the hard work and effort that goes into making the movie, so the whole cast and crew really made the film that it is. I think anyone that has ever been to high school or knows someone that has been in high school will really enjoy this film.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 13:25

I know of only one person who hated this film, which means it must be pretty universal. I loved it. It is just so very special to see how a person can be moved by a film that has touched him or her, even if it is only for a moment. This film is about a man named Gudrun, a Swedish girl who's not a mother or a wife but a surrogate. Her life is so much like that of a mother, and she was actually an adopted child, not a biological one, until she was about 3 years old. But her father, a man named Wieners, does not understand this, because he is an older man and has never had children. Gudrun says he's only a child himself, but he still treats her like one. They live together, eat together, play together, but Wieners does not know that he does not want to be a parent. Gudrun can do everything for him and Wieners wants her to be his daughter. In her parents' absence, Gudrun starts to live with him and Wieners is happy for her. But in Gudrun's absence, Wieners is not a child anymore, he's in his 20s and can no longer take care of his son. Gudrun finally decides to leave Wieners for a Norwegian man named Elisabeth and is able to get an apartment and take care of her son. This is the most touching moment of the film. The story is only just beginning and many other important moments are yet to come. The love of Gudrun for her adopted child is amazing and touching, and the sadness that she feels when she realizes that her son is not a child anymore, is also very touching. But it's the ending that I really think is so very moving. You know that this man Wieners will come around to the idea of being a father and the relationship between Gudrun and Elisabeth will end, but what happens afterwards is so unexpected. I am not sure if this film could be more powerful or touching, but I found it to be. I hope everyone who sees this film will appreciate it as much as I did. This is a film that can be shared with many people. I am sure that you will see many people who will be moved by it. This is a film that is very important to make an impact on you and it will. If you see this film and don't have any emotional attachment to it, don't be. Go see it again, see it again, see it again. See this film. It is just so very special.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 01:02

This documentary is an excellent look at the success of Norwegian director Lars Von Trier's career. The film is divided into three parts, each centered around a different facet of his career. There's an excellent introduction to the director's career, which spans from the 60's to the 80's, and then there's the story of his "invention" (for lack of a better term), the 2002 movie, "The Idiots". The Idiots is a lot of fun, even though it isn't really a part of Von Trier's career. The first part of the film deals with the start of his career and his first movie, and is a very entertaining film. Von Trier discusses his influences, his upbringing, the importance of good art, and his penchant for humor. This part is also very entertaining, and does an excellent job of showing Von Trier's influences and how he used them to make his movies. The second part of the film focuses on his relationship with the director and his relationship with his wife, and it is interesting to see how he used his relationship with his wife to help him make his films. This is also very entertaining, but unfortunately has some extremely poor editing. The final part of the film is about his film, "The Idiots", and its reception. It's a very entertaining film, but the editing is a major problem. This part has the best editing in the film, and it's also the most entertaining part of the film. However, the editing is very bad in this film. There's a great scene where a person gets knocked off a building, and it's so poorly edited that you can't tell what's going on. It's also really sad to see that the director's wife is killed by an explosion, and the film is absolutely in complete darkness for most of the film. This part is also one of the more poorly edited parts in the film. I don't know if the editing was done on purpose, or if it was a mistake, but it's really bad. The other parts of the film are very enjoyable, and have many great scenes. The story is very good, and it's funny to see how the director worked his films. The acting is also very good. There's a very memorable scene where a woman is having an abortion and Von Trier talks about the personal and cultural reasons why the procedure is so difficult. There's also a great scene where Von Trier's wife explains why he's so much in love with her. All in all, the film is a very entertaining and interesting documentary, and it's certainly one of the better documentaries I've seen this year. I give it a 7/10.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 20:18

This is a great documentary about the history of Lars & the Real Girl. It tells the story of the first Danish film based on the animation and the enormous success that followed, and it looks at the movie in terms of its production and on the business side. The first film was very popular in Denmark and it was pretty well received by the audience. This documentary shows that the movie was big and successful in Denmark, and the same is true for the movie from Hollywood. So, they both were looking at the same film, and the movie business and the movie business both could learn a lot from each other. Also, it shows that Hollywood should take the history of Denmark in its hand, and maybe they will be able to learn something from it. I think that it's a good idea to have a movie that is completely independent, but this documentary is pretty interesting because it shows the very important side of the Danish movie business. I also like the way that the director doesn't always make a big deal about the animation, but it is really important. It shows that Hollywood is the kind of studio that doesn't really care about the animation, but they will buy the DVD if there is a need to show it. It also shows that the studio didn't give a damn about the animated music, and the fact that it was a little bit repetitive. That was not a problem in the first film, but I think it was a problem in this one. And finally, it shows that they will never be able to make another film based on the animation that the Danish studio did. That was a good idea to have a movie that is completely independent and unconnected with the animated film industry. It also shows that the animation studio has lost its luster, and the story of the animation has become a little bit outdated. So, in conclusion, this is a great documentary that shows that Hollywood is no better than Danish film, and that the animation business is an important part of Hollywood. But it also shows that Hollywood is also not the only part of the animation industry. It shows that the Danish animation industry is very important and that they still want to show a lot of movies and to get the Danish animation into Hollywood.

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