Berlin Calling

October 2nd, 2008







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Plot
A man tours clubs around the globe with his manager and girlfriend. On the eve of their largest album release he is admitted to a psychiatric clinic after overdosing at a gig.

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 7.3/10 (4,117 voted)

Director: Hannes Stöhr

Stars: Paul Kalkbrenner, Rita Lengyel, Corinna Harfouch

Storyline
A man tours clubs around the globe with his manager and girlfriend. On the eve of their largest album release he is admitted to a psychiatric clinic after overdosing at a gig.

Cast:
Paul Kalkbrenner - Martin Karow alias DJ Ickarus
Rita Lengyel - Mathilde
Corinna Harfouch - Prof. Dr. Petra Paul
Araba Walton - Corinna
Peter Schneider - Crystal Pete
Rolf Peter Kahl - Erbse (as RP Kahl)
Henriette Müller - Jenny
Udo Kroschwald - Karow - Martins Vater
Megan Gay - Labelchefin Alice
Max Mauff - Zivi Alex (as Maximilian Mauff)
Peter Moltzen - Heinrich Karow - MartinsBruder
Dirk Borchardt - Clubchef Tom
Erdal Yildiz - Hotelangestellter
Ernest Hausmann - Pfleger Ernesto (as Ernest Allan Hausmann)
André Hoffmann - Franz



Details

Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 2 October 2008

Filming Locations: Berlin, Germany

Technical Specs

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User Review

One of the top E-Music Films Ever Made

Rating: 10/10

I was fortunate enough to view the screening of this movie in Toronto on September 7th. I too have to agree that this movie should have been selected for the Toronto International Film Festival.

The movie portrays the life of techno dj as it really is including: gigs, relationships, record deals, touring and drug use. This is the closest you will get to real life. As one of the above users stated anyone who is from the Hardcore/Underground can tell you that this movie will bring quivers up your spine as to how real it portrays.

From beginning to end this film is non stop action. An extremely talented cast mixed with a great direction and an incredible soundtrack made for probably of my favourite films related to e-music to date.









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