|S E A R C H D V D B e a v e r|
(aka "Heimat - A Chronicle of Germany" )
directed by Edgar Reitz
...but nothing ever expressed, to me, so deeply, the soul and feelings of a people. I was stuck in front of the screen for weeks. Didn't miss a minute. When it started I didn't know what it was going to be like. I didn't expect nothing, I didn't know what I was going to see. I don't even watch TV. It was turned on, just like that. Heimat appeared... it's been maybe 12 years now, since I saw Heimat, and I never imagined it would remain so deep in my memory. Or should I say in my soul? I always thought that such memories and feelings could only stay with us from real life experiences...
Theatrical Release: September 16th, 1984 West Germany
DVD Review: Tartan Video (6-disc) - Region 2 - PAL
Big thanks to Rob Janik for the Review!
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Region 2 - PAL
1.33:1 Original Aspect Ratio
|Audio||Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono, German|
|Subtitles||English (removable), none|
Studio: Tartan Video
packaging (see image below) on this monumental set often described as
'one of Stanley Kubrick's favorites'. Some real effort was put into
this powerful 11 episode series that tells the story of the village
Schabbach, on the Hunsrueck in Germany through the years 1919-1982.
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