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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    Une incroyable saga historico-familiale de plus de quinze heures de films, sur le destin de quelques personnages hauts en couleur d'un petit village allemand, entre les années 1919 et 1982 qui fut fort justement couronnée par le Prix de la Critique Internationale au festival de Venise 1984. www.cinefiches.com

  2. suzisch's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    one of the most significant works of german cinema and a crash course in 20th century in and of itself. Heimat 1 can be a bit slow to watch for the modern viewer but it worth sticking with. Heimat 2 is an excellent coming of age story of art, love and home, connected with the first series. Can't recommend this series highly enough, particularly for those learning german or dating one :)

  3. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    It all points to the music made near the end: "It's beautiful, beautiful!"

  4. kartina obskura's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    watching first episodes i thought it´s perfect and then he made some rather weird changes and even shallow making character caricatures and it felt weird and irritating. but it all comes together in the end. and it´s not perfect. and it´s not about being perfect, it´s about all the flies in so many frames and fernweh and about that beer paul never had and about anton´s boots and ernst´s first model plane, all the

  5. trugschluss's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

  6. Carl Gornitzki's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    A masterpiece. It deserves a much greater public attention.

  7. Roberto Carlos's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

  8. Cinema Paradisio's rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    One of my favorite epic dramas; clocking in at 15 hours. I can't figure out what I like more; this or Berlin Alexanderplatz

  9. Umberto L.'s rating of the film Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany

    One of the peaks of European Cinema. I can't deny that I dreamed of making a picture about the 'homeland' myself. And - even in my dreams - I couldn't conceive anything so beautiful and moving. [P.S. - No wonder that Stanley Kubrick kept a screenshot from this film right on his desk]