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Rammstein: Paris (2016)

Rammstein's concert recorded in Paris, back in 2012.

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Excellent concert movie
23 March 2017 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

One of the best concert-films I've ever seen. I would have expected it to be really hard to transfer the energy and intensity from this band to the screen. But Jonas Åkerlund does an excellent job! The multiple cameras and fast cuts, works really well. And add on top of that some digital wizardry, and a modest use of digital gimmicks.

Of course there is no way of transferring the feeling of heat from all their pyrotechnic stuff, that is a large part of the scene show, but he has given us other things instead.

Do yourself a favour and do not walk out during the end titles.


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