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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
Kiehtova Arvo Pärt, Fascinerande Arvo Pärt, Het Pärt gevoel - Het universum van Arvo Pärt, That Part Feeling - The Universe of Arvo Part, The mystery of Arvo Pärt, That Part Feeling - the Universe of Arvo Part
Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Paul Hegeman
Paul Hegeman
Tõnu Kaljuste, Alain Gomis, Arvo Pärt, Candida Thompson
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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» (21)

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The film I saw is of course of course one of the more heavily promoted films in the Czech Republic. What's more, it is obviously the best selling film of all time in that country. In a way, it is a shame that this film doesn't have the attention it deserves, because it is definitely a good film. And as I said, it is a very good film. It shows how the Czech republic has been transformed by the other nations of Europe, from communist to democratic. The film shows the transformation of Czech society from a poor and backward country, where people were treated as they were before the revolution, to a rich and modern country, where everyone has a job and can live without living in the middle of nowhere. The film tells us that the Czechs weren't ever happy with their current social system, so they created a "new" social system, which is not based on social problems, but on individual freedom, love and happiness. The film is, of course, in English, but it is a good film in many ways. The film is filmed in a very good way. The editing is good, the sound and music is very good, and the photography is great. I am really surprised that there is such a lack of decent movies made in the Czech Republic. If you ever have a chance to see this film, see it. If you're not a fan of films in the Czech Republic, I recommend that you see this film, because it is a great film.

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Patrick Curtis

From a very different and fresh point of view, this documentary by Pärt Eriksson shows the positive aspects of the tourism of St. Helens, in a charming way, without getting into the religion and the politics, which are not so interesting for Norwegian and not so important for the non-Norwegian people. It's more than a documentary about a tourist site, it's an important and honest look at the tourism business, and at how it is used as a tool for political movements. A good example is the film's ending, which shows that it is not so easy to destroy an important monument, as all too often. There is an amazing, yet controversial, image of the person who was killed by the eruption of Mount St. Helens. This is the first documentary in which Pärt Eriksson talked about the volcano eruption and the killing of the tourist, but there are a lot more important documentaries that are available for free on the internet. I can recommend it to people who like to know more about the tourism business in Norway. I think that Pärt Eriksson has found the best way to tell about the tourist industry, without becoming too religious or using the usual political and religious events in the end.

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Hannah B.

This is an excellent movie that is as much a personal story of a woman as it is of the then ongoing war in Yugoslavia. In a country torn apart by war, the story of a woman's search for a way out, and the trials and tribulations she faces in trying to do so, is a gripping and ultimately heart-breaking tale. I found the movie to be very moving and moving at the same time, as well as sad and moving. The story is told with both humor and emotion, and it does a wonderful job at conveying a feeling of both dread and hope. In addition to the high quality of the movie, the music is outstanding, with songs by Lukas Blohon, Radu Mihajlovic, Enzo Bianchi and the legendary Louis Riel. The movie is an essential and must see.

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This is an interesting movie and I'd give it a 9. It's not perfect, it's not bad, it's not great, it's not dull. It's not even particularly good, it's just good. I like it, but I don't think it's perfect, and I think it's worth a watch if you want to see something different, and to see the quality of the documentary and the acting, and to get to know the performers better. I like the interviews, the cinematography, the interviews, and the music. I think it's the most important part of the movie. It's very informative, and it's very good. I think it's worth watching, and I recommend it.

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Virginia M.

What a fascinating and insightful film! I don't think it's possible to describe the life of a non-committed homosexual without becoming a caricature. As with all films, you need to be in the right frame of mind to appreciate the beauty and power of the stories. If you have any interest in these stories, you should really watch the film.

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Victoria Stanley

This documentary is not for everyone, but it is actually rather fascinating. The cinematography is incredible. It takes a unique approach to the subject matter and seems to use real people to create an objective look at the people involved. I'm not sure what it is about the people involved in this documentary that makes it different, but they do seem to share a common style and a sincere humanity. The stories in this film are very compelling and with a couple of exceptions, they are very personal. While it's interesting to watch how these people deal with life, it's also interesting to see what they do, and how they live their lives. What they tell is far from perfect, but it's interesting to see how they deal with their problems and get through it. In a sense, this is the documentary version of life in the wild. It's interesting to see how these people live and how they deal with their problems. While it is definitely not a documentary, the filming is brilliant. It makes you feel like you are there with these people, and while it is not exactly the most original way to tell this story, it is interesting to see how they manage to make their stories interesting and interesting in the end. The documentary is definitely not for everyone, but it's still very interesting. There are some really great shots in the film, and the cinematography really shows the beauty and beauty of nature. While I was not particularly interested in the movie itself, I am glad I went to see it. It was quite long, but it was still quite interesting.

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Rebecca Clark

I feel bad for Mr. Sami Jaffari, he had so much potential. But he chose the wrong path and became a failed director, and he didn't become a star like Hayao Miyazaki. For a start, he's not in touch with the basic plot and the main characters, and it's even more tragic that he's in love with a woman from another country. If this film was for instance about an American woman, who's afraid to move to a foreign country, it wouldn't have the same impact. However, if it was about a female hero, a Russian, or an Indian, it would be much more interesting. This film is all about romance and emotions, and how important these are to make a good film. It's a great film and I recommend it to everyone. One of the best I've seen.

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Austin Wade

The award winning director was so animated and so able to convey the message of the film with such ease. What a film. I was moved to tears. It is a very touching story. I am very sad that this film has not been given a wide release. The film does not need to be about the Holocaust or the Jewish people. This film tells us about a group of people, mostly young men, who find comfort in the memories of their loved ones. They are searching for something to define them. In the film, the film makers speak of a lost art, which is the ability to re-create an experience. This is the power of the film. I believe that the film makers could not have done a better job. This film will be seen by all of the people of the world, especially in the Middle East. I hope that this film will be distributed by all of the major film companies in the world. The film is so powerful and moving. I have not seen a film that was so powerful and has such a deep meaning. I am looking forward to seeing the film in the theaters and will be purchasing the DVD.

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I thought this documentary was excellent. It's an amazing look at a few people who had a huge impact on the music industry and the movie even gets into some of the problems of the music industry today. It is also great to see that the people who made this film did it for the love of music and not for money. The soundtrack to this documentary is amazing as well, but I thought the soundtrack was a little overbearing and the songs that were used were a little cheesy. I also thought the interviews with the people in the documentary were very interesting and informative. I thought it was a very good documentary that I would recommend to anyone. It is not meant to be a documentary and it's a very interesting look at some of the music industry's biggest issues.

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Keith G.

Pärt's works are only accessible to a small number of people, the pärt family, and the stories they tell are most likely to be read by members of the family. One of these stories is about the amazing stories of a "tromp" (tromp=eater) and an older man, Peter (Rudolf Hilten), who was married with a child, but had never forgotten his wife's stories. Since the latter had died and his children were now grown up, he decided to write his own story. Unfortunately, the book he wanted to write did not have a suitable title or a suitable description. And what do we get? A very boring, slow, and uneventful movie. I could not understand a word that was said in the whole movie. I felt myself laughing when some of the lines were spoken. I did not even get the idea of how he met his wife, let alone the fact that they were married. How could such a poor story have been told? And the performances? Really, no. The only thing I noticed is that the three girls did not look too good. They were not attractive at all. There was one scene where a guy tried to get a blowjob, but the guy's mother kept interrupting him and not allowing him to do it. Even though I understand that not every man can get a blowjob, the way she was talking and acting towards him made it seem like it was out of control. This movie would not make a great reading for a book. But it would be a good rental for watching on TV. Not recommended.

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I am not sure why this movie was not seen by more people. I think it was a good documentary on a topic that is not often discussed in the United States. I was really impressed by the fact that the subjects were not only willing to talk about their experiences but they were also willing to answer questions from the director and from other viewers. I felt very connected with the people in this documentary and the director was able to make me feel more sympathetic for the subjects. I am so glad I saw this movie and am sure it will be a part of my collection. I hope it will be a part of the discussion about the war and the war crimes.

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Raymond B.

I had heard about this film before I watched it, so I went to see it in Berlin on the first day of its release. The story of this film is truly amazing. I have always been fascinated by the idea of nature. I was really impressed with this film. The way the film tells the story is beautiful. The way it depicts nature and the relationships between different creatures and the human characters are beautifully presented. The film also shows the human and nature relationship in a very original way. This is a film that I will definitely remember. The story is beautiful, the emotions are real and it's not a film that I would want to forget. It's an awesome film, definitely worth seeing.

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Juan S.

This movie is great and I have to tell you this. If you are a high school student, and you are going to be a junior in high school next year, or maybe even a senior in high school next year, this documentary is great and can change your life. It shows you that you are going to have the same struggles that you had before, and you are going to have to overcome them. This movie is a very good documentary. If you have ever been to high school and are planning on going to high school in the next year, you can easily relate to this movie and if you are a student or a parent, you can easily relate to this movie. I give it a high recommendation. It is a must see for everybody.

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The very first reason for watching this film was the remarkable performance by the beautiful Anne S. The second reason was that it was a movie about the American dream. This is not the most realistic picture about the American dream but at least it is something worth watching. It is not a very sophisticated movie, I don't think it has anything to do with real life but it still does it's job. It does not follow the usual Hollywood plot. The main character is the kind of person who has to sacrifice for the good of others. She can only have one goal in life and that is to have a good relationship with her son. She has to take care of him. The main problem for her is that he is very different from the people around her and his father. She is too embarrassed and too tired to get to know him. She can not understand why she must work hard for him. As a result she falls in love with another man and is not able to do anything about it. The movie does not explain her feelings towards her son but it shows her in a good light. The problem is that she does not feel love for him and it is hard for her to understand why she should have to give up her career to have a son who is different from her. I think it is important for people to know that this kind of things happens to people. It is important to recognize it and to show how important it is for the parents to love their kids even if they are different. I think the movie would be more interesting if it showed the problem more clearly. It is only a picture and not a documentary. The American dream is important but the problem is that it is not understood by most people. Most people do not understand that it is important for people to love their children even if they are different. I hope people will watch this movie and realize that it is possible.

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Grace James

The filmmakers do a superb job of showing the relationship between fathers and their children. This is a film that will make you think and be thinking about the purpose of the human race and the purpose of your relationship to your father. There is so much wisdom in this film. If you love the concept of fatherhood, you will love this film. I highly recommend this film to anyone who cares about the idea of fatherhood. It is a wonderful film and I am very happy that I saw it.

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Eric M.

I first saw this film on the BBC and then watched it again on the DVD. It's a wonderful film and the director, who is also the film's author, is brilliant. I first saw this film when I was around ten and I think it still affects me. It's so well made and it's one of the most beautifully photographed films I've ever seen. It was also very moving, and I would recommend it to anyone who has any feelings for the subject matter. If you don't, don't watch it. It's not for you. If you like to see a film and you have a passion for music, you will enjoy this film. I'm going to buy it now and watch it again.

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Gloria Carpenter

Here's a brief synopsis of what you'll find in this documentary: When a series of 911 emergency calls were discovered during a routine work-day, a team of 10 emergency medical technicians who work for the city of Los Angeles were assigned to respond to the calls, but within hours, they began to disappear. An internal investigation soon revealed that the callers were holding a secret, and they may have been being paid to report false 911 reports. In response, the city's chief of police, Earl D. Riley, ordered the entire L.A. 911 dispatch center to be shut down, but it was too late. As they found, they had been working on the highest priority calls for some time. By the time they finally came into their own, they were more or less dead. Meanwhile, inside Riley's office, the city's top 911 dispatcher, Carl Hatcher, was accused of ordering the code-switching. Even after the camera was turned off, the confrontation between Riley and Hatcher was not resolved, and Riley's lawyer began to question the credibility of the tapes. Meanwhile, the city's top 911 engineer, Michael DeRavi, was also suspected of tampering with the tapes. After the L.A. 911 dispatch center was closed down, the city's top 911 cop, Tom Pritchett, was suspended, and soon became a suspect himself. The city's top 911 engineer, Chuck Daugherty, was still there. By the time they were ready to present their findings, Pritchett and DeRavi had been placed on administrative leave. However, a call came into the dispatch center, and the camera was turned on again. The engineers were brought in to tell their side of the story, but the team was ordered to stand down. It was then that DeRavi admitted to having made a video recording of the meeting, but the city refused to release the video. The movie was very well-made and presented a very informative view of the 911 crisis. You'll find out that 911 calls are coming in at a much higher rate than the other emergency services, and that this is probably because of an increase in the 911 system. You'll learn that calls are being placed over the internet and that the police are going to call 911 from their police cars, but the crews are not given the right equipment to do this. You'll learn that the system is also being targeted by a hacker who's trying to find out the real names of 911 operators. It's even more shocking that the main suspect in the 911 system tampering is the chief of police, Earl Riley, who would not allow the engineers to work on the top priority calls, and who instructed them not to tell anyone that they were working on the 911 system. This is a very well-made documentary, and it's very informative. It is also very scary to think that something like this could actually happen. You should definitely check this movie out. It's well worth seeing.

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Crystal Wallace

I really liked this movie. I found it really interesting. It had a lot of things that I didn't expect and I like to find out about how I live my life. It was very emotional. I don't think I can describe how much I enjoyed it, but I would say that it was a great film. I really recommend it.

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The most memorable part of this film is the total feel of the whole experience. It was a nice combination of the Icelandic culture, the movie, and a bit of humor. The film was entertaining, and I was glad that the director did not focus on the "bad" parts of the film. In my opinion, the director did a good job and the film was pretty realistic. I think the director was trying to make a movie about the whole process of Icelandic culture, not only the specific culture. The film is great, and I really recommend it to anyone.

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Lauren R.

I'm in my late 20's and have a "fright" that can't be described. A full-grown man with an overactive imagination is almost as frightening as a child. That is the story of one of my childhood friends, and it is a story that could be told to all of us. I hope that it is not an isolated incident, but that it is a possible explanation for this kind of thing. The movie is very informative and it is not only about the subject but also about the author, who is a person with a very positive outlook. It is a good movie and I recommend it to everyone.

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Theresa Morgan

I had the opportunity to see this film at the Ritmo Film Festival in Santa Monica, California. It was a great film, and it will be interesting to see if it gets an Oscar nomination for best documentary. The director, Kari Vargas, and producer, Joanna Smith, have made a documentary that is very informative and a must-see for anyone who has ever felt the urge to go out and explore themselves. The film focuses on the experiences of a man who was on his way to his job interview when he lost his daughter in a car accident, and how his experience in the hospital was the catalyst for his own search for answers. His search led him to the path of a New Age healer who was doing this in his home. He was able to reach out to his daughter through this healer and bring her back to him, but he had a long journey ahead of him. The film was also informative for those who want to know more about the world of acupuncture, and how it is used in the healing process. The film was also very informative for those who want to learn more about meditation and the journey that people take to reach their own enlightenment. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the spiritual world of meditation, and the world of acupuncture.