One Night in Berlin
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WATCH THE TRAILER - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/onenightinberlin
A woman on the run has one night to find her estranged, homeless father on the streets of Berlin - under cover of darkness the secrets of their East German past come to light.
Also available to download and rent online at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/onenightinberlin Starring Beate Malkus and Helmuth Meier-Lautenschlaeger.
Best International Feature - Garden State Film Festival
ï¿½ Waterfront International Film Festival
ï¿½ Grenzland International Film Festival
ï¿½ Uruguay International Film Festival
ï¿½ Omaha International Film Festival
ï¿½ Beloit International Film Festival
ï¿½ Press & Production Photos
ï¿½ Cast & Crew Profiles
ï¿½ Director's Statement
Original German Title - "DANACH"
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The music is nothing short of expert classical cool jazz and the improvisation from each of the musicians in the set demonstrate that all are at the very top of their game during this concert. I've always considered Baker's singing something of a curiosity because there is no doubt that his trumpet playing is distinct and artistic, however, I cannot determine whether he is a good singer but the music doesn't work nearly as well without his vocals. This is what makes the concert fabulously strange. When he is playing trumpet you want more, and when he is singing, you anxiously wait and anticipate the trumpet solo which as a combination makes a great build-up and performance format.
The only only negative to this DVD is the recording quality which is below par to say the least, but acceptable. Considering the age of the recording date I guess this is the best that could be done with the technology.
This is adult music and a performance that only a mature audiance can appreciate. There are no dancers, gimmicks, lights or synthesizer enhancements. I get the impression in watching this DVD that if the audience were not there, these guys would be in the basement or garage of their homes doing this anyway. It's just a bunch of guys sitting down doing their technical trade and they just happen to be in front of a paying audience. Absolutely incredible performance and a must have for a cool jazz collection.