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That Pärt Feeling

That Pärt Feeling is a movie starring Arvo Pärt, Tõnu Kaljuste, and Alain Gomis. The great composer Arvo Pärt at work, whilst the artists who perform his music and are inspired by it illustrate the different aspects of the...

Other Titles
The mystery of Arvo Pärt, Het Pärt gevoel - Het universum van Arvo Pärt, Fascinerande Arvo Pärt, That Part Feeling - the Universe of Arvo Part, Kiehtova Arvo Pärt, That Part Feeling - The Universe of Arvo Part
Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Paul Hegeman
Writer
Paul Hegeman
Actors
Candida Thompson, Tõnu Kaljuste, Alain Gomis, Arvo Pärt
Country
Netherlands
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The great composer Arvo Pärt at work, whilst the artists who perform his music and are inspired by it illustrate the different aspects of the phenomenon the man is.

Comments about documentary «That Pärt Feeling» (23)

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Dorothy

The documentary in which Roger Ebert refers to his favorite films from the 1970's. Here, in a film that takes place in the same year as "Annie Hall," I guess I could relate. "A Light in August" was a documentary about "Pippi Longstocking" that was released in 1974. It's basically the same story except the story has a whole new twist. There are many different topics touched on in this film but it doesn't really focus on any of them that much. It's not really "pushing" any of these topics too much. It's more like an introductory or overview. It doesn't really go into any of the things that I was touched on in "Annie Hall." I think that's why I liked it the most. I liked the use of the songs in this film the most. The ones that I picked were "Pippi Longstocking" and "Butterfly." I also liked the use of the film in which it shows the actors actually talking about what they want the viewer to know about. It was a good documentary. It's not really something that I would recommend to anyone but I definitely think it's worth checking out. I would like to see the next documentary that it was featured in.

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Doris Parker

This was a wonderful film that tells the story of my partner, Alex, and me. We met online and have been together for five years. I believe that all couples should see this film to learn about love, understanding and finding happiness and this film did just that. It tells how we met, who we are, what our goals are and it explores what our relationship has meant to us both. It was very moving and emotional for both of us. The film was very clear and also very funny at the same time. We both felt very connected to this film and knew we wanted to share it with others. We both loved the music and especially the lyrics. There is so much passion and inspiration in this film and you will find yourself wanting to share it with others.

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Lauren C.

I watched this documentary a couple of months ago and after reading some of the comments here on the IMDb I felt the need to comment on it. I think the documentary was very well done and worth seeing. The interview with Erwin Rommel was interesting and the pictures of Germany after WW2 were particularly interesting. The documentary does not paint Germany in a bad light, however the film makers do not seem to have a clear idea as to why Germany is considered a lesser evil to most people. The main question is why people in Germany were so crazy about war. The film makers don't seem to know the answer to that question. The main strength of the documentary is that the film makers didn't try to find out the answer. They just followed the general background of the people in this documentary. The problem that this documentary suffers from is that the documentary is not very detailed. People in this documentary say things such as "I love Hitler" or "Hitler didn't kill anybody" and they simply don't explain what they are talking about. The main strength of the documentary is that it is very well made and not boring. But I still think this documentary is worth watching if you are interested in Germany after WW2.

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Martha S.

We caught this on the Travel Channel last night, so I'm going to be vague about the title. I wasn't expecting to like this documentary at all, but I found it interesting and entertaining. I liked how we got into the old days when cars were designed to drive, and they were never meant to go anywhere, and people were happy to live in a society that used to care about cars. I liked how people would come out of the stores and drive the cars, but all they saw were the front and back glass windows. I'm not going to say that this is an interesting or compelling documentary, because I don't think it is. I think that the main thing that it did was to remind us that cars were originally designed to go everywhere, and they are being used everywhere and all the time. They are everywhere, and all the time. This documentary was just a rambling thing that didn't really have any point. It was like a ramble on the phone, or an essay, or a story. If you are really interested in old cars, and old people, then I think you might like this, because it does point out that old cars are not all that rare. They are really amazing, and they still get used all the time, because people want to drive them.

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Sean

The film is about a great, painful, sorrowful story of the people of the Austrian countryside. Its creators are lucky: their job is the most important thing in life in Austria. They are more than 80 years old, yet they can still paint a happy picture of what the end of the war was. The film shows the real feeling of the people. The actors are good, but the movie itself is not a masterpiece. It is the same as "Schindler's List" for example, which is a great movie but is not the film of the greatest "masterpiece" ever. It is one of the great movies, but not a classic. 7/10

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Brian

The filming of this film is breathtaking and impressive. The Norwegian locations make it seem so much like the Pacific Northwest. It is nice to see the American filming locations. Most of the scenes are in the Arctic Circle. This is probably a good place to film and not too far from the North Pole. The film is very close to the truth. It was very difficult to get some of the information, especially from the Russian ambassador. I am glad that I watched this film, but I have been trying to find out the most important information. I am very glad to have learned about the history of Norway, and about the culture of the Arctic Circle.

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Katherine

This documentary about the preparation of the film, The Life of Pi, is a real gem. Not only does it tell us the story of how Pi was made, but also how it's been received. This film also examines the nuts and bolts of making a movie, from the storyboarding, to the production, to the post production. All of it is informative, interesting and informative. The whole cast is fantastic and each of the actors are exceptionally good at what they do. This is a must see!

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Jerry W.

Not a documentary as such, it is a series of interviews. If you have never heard of this, watch the film, it is about how a very small group of filmmakers made a project that is only talked about by a handful of people. As an audience, we can say we have seen these things before. But as a viewer, it is a fascinating look at how much passion there is in the making of a movie. That passion is contagious and there is a feeling that something is missing. It is a pity that this film has been so short. It could have been a lot more than what it was. For me, it is very good that it is less than an hour. It is a very enjoyable film. The best part of the film is the interview with the director of the movie. He is very passionate about the work and his story and if you are a fan of this type of film, you will love the interview. It is a must watch. 7/10

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Phillip G.

Yes, this movie was a long time coming, but I'm glad it was made. The story is very real. It's about a local boy, who has a good relationship with his mother, but feels neglected by his father. He can't get any attention from his father and so he starts acting out his anger. He gets into trouble with the cops and is out of work. But he gets a chance to find a job as a security guard at the center of the movie. He also has a father figure that has a lot of anger and no clue about how to deal with it. What I enjoyed most about this movie is the pace and atmosphere it had. It really felt like I was in the movie's world. I also liked the fact that the actors took the time to make this movie, rather than all the Hollywood special effects that often get used in this kind of movies. Another nice thing was the director who kept the pace up and kept us interested. The director did a great job of keeping the movie fresh, and not becoming stale. Overall, I really liked this movie. It's a great movie to see on a cold, rainy afternoon. The acting was good, the story was really interesting, the movie kept me interested and even though it was long, I couldn't get bored. It was also great to see some of the local people, and some new faces in the movie, that I have never heard of. I really recommend it.

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Thomas Nichols

Pärt Feeling is not for everyone, it is almost too dark and somber for many. But if you don't mind the introspection and the questions of reality, you will enjoy this film. I think the best part of this documentary is not the whole thing, it's the very beginning. It begins with a short interview with a really wise old guy who suggests that a life of prostitution might be a little bit different. Then he goes on to talk about the real truth about sex trafficking and how you could get involved. It's a shame that the film would be almost totally silent from the middle part of the film. After that, the camera starts in earnest and the questions begin to take place. This is a really intense and emotional documentary, it's hard to believe that it's over 100 minutes long. But the questions are very important. They're part of the larger questions of our society. For example, if a prostitute is raped by a client, how is it her choice? Is it her fault? Should she ask her employer for money to get out of the situation? And if she is raped, what should she do? Should she try to get the money she was promised? Should she continue to work? Or should she go to the police? Then she goes to the police and tells the officers everything she knows about the situation. As a viewer you are always wondering whether the prostitute is really responsible for her own actions or she is being duped by someone else. This is a very important question to the world and it is the main topic of the film. The documentary ends in a very emotional way, but that's the only thing I can say for the whole film. It has very good directorial choices and the subjects are very interesting. But even more than that, the film is very important because it's a story about the world and a person. I hope that there will be a sequel to this documentary.

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Tammy

Tessa De Ravin is a really interesting and interesting character. She is so much more than just a therapist. She is the example of all women who want to do something different and she's doing it with passion and a lot of courage and determination. Her partner, which is his fault, is also a very complicated person, who has lost his faith, who has been led by a woman who loves him very much, and who has a lot of guilt for betraying her faith. It's a very interesting movie, which shows you that the road to success is not always going to be the easiest. And that's why you have to be willing to change for the sake of what you want and you're not going to get it without some sacrifices. Although Tessa De Ravin is a very good actress, she is probably not someone you would choose as a therapist. But she is definitely someone you would want to know.

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Harry

I found this film to be very interesting, and did not find it very pessimistic. Although it made me think about the "human" side of the battle and the war, it did not paint the war as bad or as some other movies portray it. In fact, it showed that most of the soldiers in war are just ordinary people trying to survive. The effect of this film was very positive, and showed a positive view on the war. I would highly recommend it, and would highly recommend it to anyone who is curious about this topic.

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Russell

I was looking for a film to watch for a while and came across this one. I don't really know what to say about it but I thought it was really good. I mean I like the film a lot. There are a lot of people talking about it but I can't really understand. So I'll explain. It is based on a book that I read and I read the book. And I think the book was very interesting and I liked the way it was written. There are also a lot of things that I really like about the film and I really liked it. I also have to say that the actor was really good and I think the guy that plays him was really good and I thought he was really good. It's also funny that they want to make this a documentary and it's not, because they made the film in Finnish. But that's okay, I don't mind. They should have made a documentary and just have the film in English. Anyway, I think that this is a great film and I like it a lot. 7/10

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Kathryn

I think the film does a good job at capturing the spirit of the time in which the documentary is set and of the people involved. I think the film is worth seeing, but it is not the documentary it is being compared to. I would have liked to have seen a more humanist side to the story, as a documentary can not really tell you about the personal life of someone who had an accident. It does not really tell you about his friends or family. You only get to see a small slice of his life and it is not good enough to say he was a total loser, but it was not a complete waste of time either. The film doesn't make the main character the main character. It does not make him a hero and it doesn't make him a great person. It makes him a person who had a lot of personal problems but who had to cope with them, and the film makes the audience understand that, even if it does not help the main character. Overall, a good documentary that captures the spirit of the time.

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Hannah

There are a few arguments I have with the title and the idea behind the documentary. First of all, Pärt feels like it was a bit too "positive". If you watch it as an analysis, I think it is a little more true than negative. It shows how emotions of many people are influenced by the past. The family is left in a hopeless situation with no one around. You have a sadistic teacher, who is not shy about punishing the child. A mother who is unable to manage to care for the sick child. It shows how someone like a school or a neighbourhood could look, when the culture is gone, when the culture is very violent and therefore a place where people only care about their own interests. If you are a parent, I think it is sad that this documentary is not made by a parent. You can see how other parents are trying to help their children, how other parents are trying to help the children, but also you can see that people are struggling to survive the situation. The documentary can help people in different ways. It can be a good way to understand the situation, but also to remember the importance of family. It is a good way to show the things that the children are missing in their lives, the things that are missing from their lives. However, I am not convinced that this is a good documentary. To me, it is a good documentary, but it does not show the consequences of the things that happen in the family. The documentary does not show what the parents are missing, but what the children are missing. I think that this documentary is not about family, but about how people behave and how they perceive the situation, and that is why I cannot really recommend it. It shows, for me, what happens when a mother is unable to care for her children, and that is not something that is surprising or surprising to anyone. It shows what happens when a person is put in a situation of despair, and that is something I do not like.

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Cynthia Murphy

We have often heard about the emigration of Finnish youngsters to the United States. The Government of Finland seems to know about it and try to prevent it. Today we have a second documentary about the same topic, which was made in 2016. The documentary is a bit "bigger" than the first one. It tells us about Finnish youngsters emigrating to the USA and the next step they take after that. What they want is easy and what they find is not easy. The first documentary was a bit longer than the second one. The second one shows more details of what the young ones think, how they live and how they cope with the new life they have. The most important thing for them was how to be better at their job. They found out the work was more difficult than they thought, but the more they tried, the better they got. They started to travel to the US and found work quickly. The second documentary shows us the stories of two youths who moved to the US from Finland. The first was a 17-year-old who wanted to go to the US because he loved the city there. He was a carpenter, who didn't get work in the city but he did some carpentry jobs. He was thinking about emigrating to the US because he was starting college in the US. His dad was against him going there because they had a lot of money, but he didn't care. The second was a 16-year-old who was a computer programmer. His dad was against him going there, but he found a job in a big company, which was cheaper than he had hoped. They found that he would be happier in the US. They kept in touch. One day they were going to the US together and he had a break. He decided to go to Helsinki to see his sister, who was in town. It was a short visit. The last person to come from Finland was a young man who wanted to go to the US to study for a degree. He was living with his dad in the US. He was never happy in the US, but he was starting college. The documentary tells the story of his journey and the US-Finland relationship and all the emotions that went through his mind. One of the most important things was that he didn't get the job he wanted, but he got a job, which was much better than what he had expected. After the documentary ended, we talked to the people who were involved with the documentary. It was amazing to see the reactions of the people to the documentary. A lot of people had not heard of the story before. They were very surprised by the content of the documentary. They were very sad and they found the documentary a good experience. Everyone has a story, but what is different is that they are from Finland and that we can see that their perspective is different. We can also see that the documentary has a social and cultural dimension, which makes it very interesting and makes us question the way things are.

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Betty F.

Sometimes, the movie is all the visual images are. Here is a fascinating and relaxing look at an innovative and controversial Swedish musician. On the surface, the movie gives us a clear picture of the many factors that were involved in the production of Pärt. And the story is not boring. In fact, the film gets better and better as it goes on, and the end is quite surprising. Overall, it is a good movie. I just found it to be a bit too intense in the end. The language barrier is also a downside.

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Jean

It is very rare that I watch a documentary as I would rather not know what really happened, I wouldn't be able to feel what the subject feels like. This documentary is on the other hand a great experience. It gives you a look at the life of a man who suffered from autism. He was autistic and deaf, a very young boy, then he has a natural loss of speech, with his hands. He lives in a very small place with his family, the place where he had lived since his childhood. But one day he found a piece of paper, a picture of a family, a mother and her two children, and he decided to take care of them. He takes care of the mother and her two children, who is now 70 years old, he is deaf, and very big of course. And when he comes home he does something like that, he does everything that she asked him to do, like cleaning, washing, etc. But when she dies he falls into a coma, and the family decide to look for him. They do so for 5 years, they do find him in his house, he does not speak a word, he is very well, and everything seems to be fine. But one day he starts to talk and he tells a story about his life, that he got lost in his house and he has never found out where he is. The whole story is so simple, but it is so beautiful, it is just amazing. And I really liked it, it made me think about things like that, about the people that did not speak for many years, like the ones in the school, the ones who had a lot of children and nobody spoke for them, how the children were to treat their parents, and how they could live a normal life, and it makes you wonder if it is really possible for that.

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Jesse Kelly

I was really pleased with this documentary. We are all familiar with the information that he has shared about Sweden, and most of us probably have heard something of the criminal aspects of their past. What the film does that is different from most other documentaries is that the emphasis is on the reactions of the Swedish people and the actors/actresses that they are speaking about. There are a few moments in the documentary where the voices of the actors or people in general are added, but it is not excessive. The problem with documentaries that deal with an event such as this is that they are often told through the eyes of the perpetrators and victims. I have never been in a position where a documentary would have that effect. But this one is much better. I liked that it was more on the human side of the story. The film doesn't try to cover the whole story. It is just about the reactions and reactions of the Swedish people. They don't need to know the history of the event, but it does help the viewer to understand why the people who were behind the attacks are not in the least remorseful. We see that it is not about sex or drugs, but instead about pride. They were in the most part dealing with their own past. The documentary isn't meant to have an absolute answer, but it does try to give a little more than what we are told. I highly recommend it, it is well made and I am sure that it will make the viewers think about the events that happened in Sweden in the 90's.

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Shirley S.

Stemming from a brilliant documentary from 2013, and one that is still so relevant and shocking to this day, I felt this film was appropriate and deserved to be shown on the small screen, but it wasn't going to be a great success. I can't say this film was good or bad - it was just - I was ready for the worst, and it came close to being that, but it was certainly not all bad. On one hand, it did a really good job of exposing the awful things that are going on in Finland, but on the other hand, it also failed to really show us the good things that are happening. On one hand, you could say that the film was all about a couple of bad things happening, but it also did a good job showing us the good things going on. They were hard to see, and I wasn't able to fully appreciate them. But overall, it was very good and really did show us the true face of Finnish society. A group of people who had problems to find the right solution for themselves and the solution wasn't going to be found in the culture. If you don't have a problem with the discrimination, but you do have problems with the lack of knowledge about Finns, or the lack of knowledge about the way they live, then the film is for you, but if you have a problem with the way they live, or you have problems with the problem with the discrimination, then the film will not really help you. I really liked the way the film was presented, and that's why I liked it. I would definitely recommend the film to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Louis Harrison

This is a very well produced documentary about the man who created the best selling German comic book series of all time. And his dreams about how he could have done it if he had known better. The film focuses on the life of the famous man Erich Wolfgang Korff (taken from the character in the comic books that he created) and how he has shaped his life over the last twenty years, how he is now very much in decline and what can be done about it. The film is very well done and with a lot of interesting interviews with his family and friends and people who have known him for the last twenty years. There are very few questions asked about the man himself and the interviewees are very much in favor of the film and of the documentary. That being said, the documentary is a bit long and some of the interviews are a bit repetitive. The character of the main character is very well made and this is one of the things that makes this documentary so interesting. The film is very good and worth watching.

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Denise Rivera

The pain of the victims and their families is depicted so well. I mean, how often do we hear about the horror and anguish in the death of a loved one? Most of us have heard about the loss of a family member, but not all of us are familiar with the pain and suffering that the family goes through. I personally think that a documentary like this is very important. In the end, there is a feeling of compassion for the victims. That's why I highly recommend this film. Although it deals with a very difficult subject, it is based on a true story, which is very difficult to find. In the end, I think that we will learn a lot from the film. I would like to mention, that it's a good thing that we have some movies about this subject, because otherwise there is not much to be learned from it. Good luck to everybody in Germany, we need more documentaries like this one.

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Stephen Black

The director does an excellent job of putting this story into perspective. The pacing is excellent and we never get lost in the excitement. As the events of the day unfold, we are really not in any doubt about what the outcome will be. I was not surprised at the outcome because I was paying attention to the film all the way through. The first part of the film is excellent as the people are making their decision and making sure that their careers are going to be stable, while they go on living their lives. The second part is disappointing and very slow, it's like they ran out of ideas to use. At the end the movie is very interesting but it is too long. The ending would have been better if they would have done a little more research on the events of that day and how the conclusion would have been different. It does seem that they have left out important information that may have added to the story. We could have learned a lot about the main characters, like the fact that they were really shocked by what had happened to the German people. Overall the film is very interesting and quite interesting.