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Dark Star: HR Gigers Welt

Dark Star: HR Gigers Welt is a movie starring Leslie Barany, Sandra Beretta, and Mia Bonzanigo. A look at the life the dark surrealist Swiss artist, H.R.Giger shot a year before his death.

Other Titles
Dark Star: H.R. Giger's World, DARK STAR H・R・ギーガーの世界, Dark Star. El universo de H.R. Giger
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Belinda Sallin
Belinda Sallin
Sandra Beretta, Leslie Barany, Tom Gabriel Fischer, Mia Bonzanigo
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

He feels at home in places we would flee from and lives his life among the very things we fear. Throughout his life, HR Giger had inhabited the world of the uncanny, a dark universe on the brink of many an abyss. It was the only way this amiable, modest and humorous man was able to keep his fears in check. Giger was merely the bearer of dark messages, charting our nightmares, drafting maps of our subconscious and molding our primal fears. A film with and about the internationally acclaimed and controversial painter, sculptor, architect and designer (Oscar for 'Alien').

Comments about biography «Dark Star: HR Gigers Welt» (23)

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Terry C.

i was impressed by this movie, it really touches your heart. This movie made me cry for the first time in my life. I was moved by the characters of this film and especially by Paul Walker's. There was nothing else i could think of to say. This movie was made by a brave man. Thank you.

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Doris Howard

I had the chance to see this documentary at the Berlin International Film Festival. I was very impressed by the care and attention the filmmakers had put into this work. The film is a mixture of documentaries and features interviews. The features include interviews with George Lucas, William Shatner, William Shatner's friends, Lucas' girlfriend/wife Marina, Peter Cushing, John Williams and other filmmakers. The documentary in its entirety is told through numerous interviews and many clips from the movies, and the reviews of the films. I had the chance to talk to director Bruno Dicarme who talked about the making of the movie in his own words. Also interviewed is Lucas' brother, and actress Marina. In conclusion, the documentary is very well done. I would recommend it to anyone interested in the making of Star Wars. This is the best documentary I have seen about the making of Star Wars.

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Douglas Burke

The story is told with great love by the actors and the director. The movie takes a very good look at what are the problems in our society and in the world. It's a nice insight on what is the burden of our lives and the problems and problems we face in our life and the world. The most important of the problems are: emotional, social, financial, economic. But it also goes into other problems such as the political and social issues, the trade union problems, environmental issues. It's great that they not only have a story of a film maker but a story of a society.

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I was not expecting this movie to be as great as it was, but the atmosphere it created was absolutely amazing. It just left me stunned! The first 10 minutes are like a thriller that you are really invested in, but as soon as you hear that A New Hope is coming up, it starts getting really intense and emotional. It makes you feel like you know the characters and can sympathize with them as much as you can with Han Solo. The Star Wars universe is just like any other other movie universe. In this case, it's brought to life by such a fantastic crew. I was actually rooting for these guys, because they are really great people. In the end, I think that the only person who really let down the movie was the editor, because the movie was so long and drawn out and it really hurt the flow. It was like watching two hours of Star Wars.

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This documentary is incredible. It is a wonderful combination of art and science, as well as music and psychology. What would I tell the camera if I were asked to narrate? Why, I would tell you the story of a beautiful woman, a man, and a planet. After you see this, you'll ask yourself: "Did I watch a documentary?" That's the best part of this movie, and the second best part is the music. The music in this documentary is genius, and this documentary has a soundtrack that is on par with one of the best documentaries of all time. It's amazing to see that just by watching this documentary, you can change the world. You can be an inspiration to everyone, you can make someone think and change their life for the better, and you can inspire the world to a new way of thinking. The only thing that I'd like to make clear is that this is not about Michael Jackson. I don't care about Michael Jackson. I have never been a Michael Jackson fan. I never knew Michael Jackson before this documentary, but he was just like one of the people in the documentary. I just think he was a wonderful person, and I wish that I could have met him and had the chance to tell him how special he was. I'm sure he would have loved this documentary, and I'm sure that most of the people in the world would too. This documentary is a must-see for everyone. If you haven't seen it yet, you must. If you have, then I'm sorry for you, but don't wait. You must see this film.

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Juan F.

The movie begins with its narrator explaining why it is important that the presence of an unseen star and the resulting gravitational tug against the Earth causes an earthquake on the moon. The picture is still as it begins with a human, Michael Gross, in a NASA Apollo module telling his father how he and his colleagues were selected to visit the Moon and play a key role in the discovery of the water on the moon. The father recounts the joy and relief that he felt when he returned home and his family was able to go on a walk around the neighborhood. A young girl comments that she and her family would have liked to visit the Moon but that her parents were not allowed to go. He tells her that, as she was selected for the trip, she was selected for a mission that would take her to the Moon. His voice shakes, she tears up. Then the movie ends. The credits roll. A 3 minute intro follows. It is an hour of raw emotion that feels real and has not been overdone by Hollywood. The movie is worth seeing for the cinematography, the unique perspective on life on the moon, the love, fear, joy, and joy again that this film explores. The main character is clear and simple: he is the man who discovers the water on the moon. The movie is also interesting in how it portrays the negative and the positive effects that the Apollo program had on our society and the future of our children. It will be interesting to see how the effects of Apollo, and the possibility of sending humans to the moon, are viewed by the children of today.

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Harold G.

Being a DJ myself and a fan of the Star Wars movies for so long, I loved this documentary. I thought that it was well shot, and that it gave you the feeling that you are in a fictional world where everyone works and lives like it's real. I think that the music and the movie itself are the most powerful part of this documentary. I found that the music gave me the feeling that I was part of the film, and the movie gave me the feeling that I was living in the Star Wars universe. It was an amazing movie and I loved every second of it. Definitely a must see.

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Zachary H.

It was a good documentary and I enjoyed the way the movie was put together. However, it could have been done better. I was more excited to watch the movie than actually sit down and watch it. I believe the producers put in a lot of effort into getting a lot of good people on board to make the documentary. It was very well done, but the real star of the documentary is in the film itself. The production was just wonderful. It was so much fun to watch. However, I would have preferred to have seen the interviews with other people that had worked on the Star Wars movies, as well as some of the production people, because I really wanted to know more about how they did things. I think the most important thing about this documentary is that it's a great story of how this all came about. I would recommend this to any fan of Star Wars.

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Alice A.

We always seem to come out with something different from the other reviews and some of us don't like the fact that some people have a bad taste in their mouth about movies. Some people just don't like the 'hype' of a movie. Well, this is one of those cases. If you are going to be 'gung-ho' about a movie, or to judge by the 'quality' of the film or the effects or the cast, then why not give it a chance? I have never seen a film that i did not like and in my opinion the best thing about a film is that I can change my mind about it, and this one is no exception. The film does not 'blow me away' in the least, but it does have its positive points, so don't knock it if you do not like it. It is just as good as a Kubrick film, as are the O'brien ones, and the Shawshank Redemption ones, and a lot of other excellent films. As an artist and filmmaker I feel I have been given an excellent film which i will use for years to come. I have not had the chance to see it in the cinema yet, but I am very keen on it. Perhaps it will be released in the States in a few years. But until then, it is a film which will stand the test of time.

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Judy C.

I've watched this documentary several times, and its effect has changed my view of the universe in so many ways. I'm a pretty serious atheist, but I think that it's fair to say that this is the most personal, credible and powerful thing I've ever seen. I have the feeling that this documentary is very close to the heart of someone who believes there's something beyond what we see in this life. All I can say is that I'm glad I saw it, and I hope it inspires people to do the same.

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Carolyn M.

I am a star trek fan and i thought that this movie would be great because of the great actors in it. I was very wrong. The cast were very good but they had no chemistry. The acting wasn't too bad and the special effects were good but none of the acting was that good. There wasn't anything that really stood out. The effects weren't bad but I wasn't impressed with the special effects at all. It seemed like a computer program and the acting was wooden and boring. The acting was wooden and boring. The special effects were good but they weren't spectacular. This was a very boring movie. I would suggest that you see this movie if you are a star trek fan but if you aren't then I would suggest that you don't.

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Carl Thompson

This is a film made on a small budget. It is not a big budget film, but it is well made and interesting. It covers a period of time in the history of the Space Shuttle program from its inception to the end of its flights. As far as I know, the film is the only film ever made to look at the shuttle program from the perspective of one of its former astronauts, and the story is one that many viewers will relate to. The director, John Krasinski, was very good at conveying the feelings of these astronauts. However, I believe the film should have focused on the shuttle program, not the astronauts. I think that in this case, the filmmakers should have focused on the shuttle program more than the astronauts. I also think the film could have shown more about the shuttle program's lack of funding and how it affected the astronaut program. I think this is important because it would have made the film much more interesting and relevant.

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Debra Little

I saw this film in the theatre in 1974, and had been talking about it for many years. Finally, I got the chance to see it on DVD. The score from Harrison Ford, Peter Gabriel, and Michael Kamen is absolutely breathtaking. As a former physicist, I was very impressed by how accurately the movie reflected the way the models looked like. While the film is of a "realist" nature, there are several moments of humor and real emotion, such as a montage of his training at JPL, and his first radio call. The most poignant part of the movie is when he is talking to the president of his old college who was so affected by the Challenger explosion, that he could not remember his first name. I highly recommend this film to anyone, whether they are a scientist, or simply a lover of the human spirit. I have been to several of NASA's sites and have learned much about this disaster, and will tell anyone who will listen about it. I highly recommend the film to anyone who has a love of exploration and the beauty of the cosmos.

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Marilyn Smith

If you ever feel you're in the right place and you think you've found it, or know someone who does, here's a huge piece of the puzzle. But the puzzle isn't made by Mr. Jim Henson. It's made by people. This documentary is directed by Andy Weir. It's a lengthy, detailed look at the Making of Star Wars. I was surprised at the size of the documentary, because I know that I've been through a lot of Star Wars, and I'm not about to sit and listen to an hour and a half of 'making of' and 'aftermath'. Mr. Weir covers a lot of ground, but it's presented in a very entertaining way. Some of the interviews are really interesting, but the best of the interviews, and most of the best content, is in the Making of the film itself. I really wanted to like the film, but it just doesn't get to me. The pacing is slow and the editing is fine, but it just isn't my cup of tea. But it's worth seeing if you're a Star Wars fan, or just curious about the whole process of making Star Wars.

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Julia Harris

We always wanted to be an actor, but we never could. And that's why we had to do this movie. What we experienced during our school days, and our passion, and this movie brings us back to reality. Every person must be a good person, even if it means going to extremes. All of us in this room have experienced pain, and we all had to make a choice between doing the right thing and going against our own convictions. We all knew that if we did not have the courage to stand up for ourselves, or our school, or our families, we would be forced to become the only kind of people in the world. I do not know what we would have become. And I can only tell that, because I knew that the way we dealt with our emotions was never wrong, and always right. We all need to be honest with ourselves and others, but the problem is, the way we deal with our emotions is the problem. So, we have to find the courage to do the right thing, and the courage to take a stand.

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The greatest thing about "Hamburger Hill" is that it's not really about hamburgers. Instead, it's about how some people will not see the true consequences of their actions and take shortcuts that result in death, injury, or great loss of life. It's about how the consequences of every action can have a huge impact on the lives of the people involved. I am not talking about the ultimate solution, but about the path that people go down if they decide to take such drastic action. In this case, the results of this are immediate and very bloody. This is an extremely powerful documentary, and probably the best documentary I have ever seen about an epidemic that is destroying lives and families. That is why I have to give it a 9 instead of 10. It could have been a 10 if I didn't have such a huge issue with the way that it was shot. I think the main problem with the documentary is that it is too short. It could have been about an hour and a half, but the film really drags on a lot and I had to pause it at times. I think the problem is that the documentary should have been an hour and a half longer, because I think it really shows the true evil of the epidemic. It does not mention the causes, it does not show the bad decisions that have been made, and it does not show any evidence that the epidemic has anything to do with America. Instead, it shows that people are being affected by the crisis that is taking place in America, and that is the very thing that I find most horrifying about the disease. That is why I have to give it a 9 instead of a 10.

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Rose H.

This is a touching documentary. This is about a Holocaust survivor and his wife who is locked away for a year. It tells us about their past and their families. It is all about how his wife feels about him. We see how she wants to leave and he wants to stay and how she is not accepting of him leaving. We see the people around him and their lives. They all have stories of how this man changed their lives. There are people who know him. We are shown his children, and his son. They all have stories and give us information about the man. I think it is a very important documentary. It shows us that history is repeating itself. We should be learning from it and not letting it become more normal.

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Lisa Mitchell

I've always been a Star Wars fan, and this film did not disappoint. The cinematography was gorgeous, the acting was superb, and the CGI was beautiful. It reminded me of the old movies, but at the same time, not in a bad way. I'm a little sad that the story is not yet finished, and I will definitely watch the next one, which is probably going to be the prequels. I also love the fact that they used some of the older clips from the original films. If you're a fan of the original trilogy, I'm sure you'll like this movie.

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Nicholas Russell

I'll admit it - I was a bit skeptical about going to see this movie. It is certainly not a movie that I have watched over and over again. The other aspect of my problem is that I'm not a fan of C.S. Lewis. It's not that I don't like him, but his writings have always been incredibly difficult to understand, for me. I have read quite a few of his books, and I have yet to read a story that I was completely able to follow. I have read a lot of the 'philosophical' works of the author, and I have not been able to follow any of them. For me, the story, and the setting, and the characters, were the main thing. They were the things that made me actually believe in the author. For me, that was the case with The Chronicles of Narnia. And while I liked this movie a lot, I wasn't entirely convinced. On the other hand, I was very impressed with this movie, for a couple of reasons. One, the cinematography was amazing. It was an absolutely amazing job. Secondly, the effects were phenomenal. You can see the tremendous amount of work that went into this movie, and I don't think that it could have been better done. Thirdly, I loved the music. The score was perfectly composed and blended with the story. I'm not going to lie, I had to go to the bathroom quite a few times while listening to the score. The performances were good. The actors did their jobs very well. All in all, this movie was amazing. I will definitely be going to see it again, and I definitely will be buying it when it is released on DVD. If you are going to see it, I recommend you go with a full understanding of the book and of Lewis's writings. I don't think you can see this movie without a full understanding of Lewis's writings. There are some plot elements that you need to know. But there are other things that you may not even be aware of. I loved the movie, but it is definitely not for everyone. And if you are like me, and you like to read about the book and of the author, then I highly recommend that you read the book. It is definitely worth it.

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Nicholas J.

An absolute treasure for the space film fan. The film covers the whole history of the Star Wars franchise. It covers the prequels, the original trilogy, and the more recent ones. I can say with a certain degree of confidence that the next two Star Wars movies will probably be the last for the franchise. The space, the graphics, the sound effects. All of this is now in a digital format. The film is a mix of interviews with some of the main characters of the Star Wars universe and several extras. The focus is on the originals, the prequels, and the more recent ones. The film has a very technical approach. The interviewees are all people who have worked in the film industry, and they all have an interesting background. The interviews do not only cover the history of the film, but also the history of the industry in general. The interviews are interesting, and very well done. All of the interviews are quite entertaining. However, I will only say one thing about the interviews. One of the interviews had a person who was very positive about the ending of the original trilogy. His main complaint was that the film could have ended in a better way. However, I found his views to be very far-fetched. The film does not just focus on the story of the films. It also focuses on the history of the film itself. The interviews also provide a lot of information about the costumes, special effects, and the original Star Wars films. It was really nice to have a guide like this to read before seeing the film. Another good aspect of the film was the soundtrack. The film was very well made. The soundtrack was very well done. It was a mix of classic music and modern pop music. It fit well with the films' story. The film has a very talented cast. It features the voices of many famous actors. The film also has some great and well known actors. I think this film is the best film to have come out of the prequels. It was a much better story than the original Star Wars movies, and it was much better in terms of special effects and special effects, and a better soundtrack. The films have a certain feel that you get from watching the film. It was not just about the story. It was also about the visuals, the sound effects, and the costumes. The film also has a great story, and the films can be watched in any order. They are not all that hard to watch. I think it is a very good film. The film is a must see for any Star Wars fan.

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i have just watched it and i have to say it was great and interesting and had some good quotes about the topic. i agree with all the people that have commented that the format of the documentary was very good and the actors played their parts well and the messages were good and the flow was perfect. the only thing i didn't like about the documentary was the time lapse, but i guess that is how the documentary was put together. the format of the documentary is good, the parts of the documentary that were interesting and thought-provoking and which made you think were the same that made me think of the issues. i would say that this documentary is good and it has a lot of meaning in my view. but you have to remember that this is a documentary about the topic of the documentary and the concept of the documentary is to highlight the issues and the many people that thought that the question of what should be done about what happened in the 12th of May and the question of who was responsible for what happened in the world. which in my view is a very good documentary because it shows the many different sides of the issue and many different people who have had their say about the subject. so i think that this documentary is good and i think it is one of the best documentaries about the topic of the subject and this documentary is a must watch for all the people who are interested in the topic of the subject and who want to see the issues and to have a good look at the people who think that there should be answers and the issues that the subject deals with. a good documentary. 9/10

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A must watch for all! The documentary is amazing, it really gives you a feeling of being there. A great idea, a great approach, a great story and a great director. The director did an amazing job and in some places even without sound, you feel like you are there. It was a great experience watching the movie, and I am so glad that I decided to see it!

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The film is really hard to find and is a must see for anyone who loves the special effects and sound. The acting was great and the direction was very well done. This is one of those films that people would like to see again and again. I have seen the first one and could not put it down. I am going to order the DVD now. Go and watch this film.