Dolph in DURCH DIE NACHT / INTO THE NIGHT episode (2006)

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Postby Terminator on 12 Jul 2006, 16:30

Hey Angel, do you know what? I even use thisprogram for about 2 years. ;)
But thanks a lot for the hint.
My problem is that Idon't reallyknow the track's names, you see?
It is no problem to buyor to get them, but if there's no music title or interpret... :(
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Postby Angelique on 13 Jul 2006, 00:35

maybe you can try the name of the show?? if i dont know a name or something, i always try the name of the show/band/anything else.
maybe you find it now!! good luck :D
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Postby Terminator on 14 Jul 2006, 00:08

Angel, you are really trying to help me, I can see it! Thanks a million for that! ;)
All my efforts can't help it. :(
Even not the title of the documentary. There are only some summaries and pictures online. But I am in need of the soundtracks, the tracks title and their interprets.

..." Return, return to- The one the one that's leading to"...
This is what I can remember of the singer in the intro of the movie.
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Postby Jox on 14 Jul 2006, 05:07

have you just look at the end credits?
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Postby Terminator on 14 Jul 2006, 13:56

There are only the director and the one who was bringing the music together, working for Arte, but there are no composers in the credits, just like in the ending of Rocky IV where every track is shown in detail.
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Postby Angelique on 14 Jul 2006, 21:15

thats too bad... maybe in a shop where they sell music... you can ask the owner if he know someting about that songs..?
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Postby Terminator on 15 Jul 2006, 10:22

I think I am gonna record this short sequence so that I can play it to someone who might know the tracks. They are great but I've never heard them anywhere before so it is even more difficult to find out.
I dislike to say that those soundtracks are licensed, partly produced and copyrighted by Arte...
then it is impossible to get the tracks.
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Postby Angelique on 16 Jul 2006, 21:02

i understand... it's not cool that they're licensed.. i hope you might get some
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Postby Jox on 16 Jul 2006, 22:36

The issue is not that they're lisenced. It's just that it cost a lot of money to release a song or a CD and plus when it's something that is specific and unknown like this, nobody thinks it's gonna interest anyone... I'm not sure Arte has even all the rights for it (just to use it) and they're don't have the money to do anything else with it.

You can contact the company that produced it:

Julia
avanti media GbR
Gneisenaustr. 44/45
D - 10961 Berlin
Tel.: +49 - (0)30 - 26 46 134
Fax: +49 - (0)30 - 26 46 136
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Postby Jox on 30 Oct 2006, 15:03

According to the director, this will be released on DVD by a Germany company called 2001.
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Postby Mosquito on 30 Oct 2006, 20:12

Jox wrote:According to the director, this will be released on DVD by a Germany company called 2001.


They are called "Zweitausendeins" (the german word for the number 2001). Here's the link: http://www.zweitausendeins.de/display/?d=3060. You can buy single DVDs (each contains 2 shows) for 14,90 Euro or one box with 8 DVDs for 99,- Euro (will be available on Feb. 20th 2007, including a bonus DVD with "suprising, unpublished film documents"). Dolph will be on DVD 8 (available Feb. 2007):

"Im Dezember 2006 kommen:
DVD 4. Christoph Schlingensief & Christian Thielemann in Berlin / Bryan Ferry & Dieter Meier in Zürich.
DVD 5. Anke Engelke & Nikolai Kinski in Berlin / Udo Kier & Grayson Perry in London.
DVD 6. John Carpenter & Franka Potente in Los Angeles / Calixto Bieito & Michel Houllebecq in Barcelona.

Im Februar 2007 kommen:
DVD 7. Jörg Immendorf & Christoph Schlingensief in Berlin /Otto Sander & Istvan Szabo in Budapest.
DVD 8. Judith Holofernes & Lewis Trondheim in Montpellier / Ralph Herforth & Dolph Lundgren in Stockholm."

Check the page for DVDs 1 to 3. Hm, John Carpenter sounds interesting, too. Otto Sander and Istvan Szabo.. meeting of the "real art" artists. ;)
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Postby Jox on 24 Feb 2007, 15:22

The DVD will be out on March 3rd, you can pre-order it here:
http://www.zweitausendeins.de/artikel/dvds/film/?ArticleFocus=0&show=230048&CT=1
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Postby Jox on 13 Mar 2007, 13:16

The DVD features an audio commentary from the director on the episode with Dolph but the commentary is in German so I can just understand bits and pieces... (it also has a small booklet with notes from the director)

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Postby Jox on 12 May 2007, 00:26

If you get the complete boxed-set DVD, there is a bonus disc featuring two deleted segments with Dolph, one in a Jazz club (9mins), the other with the Swede traveling?... (back to his hotel? can't translate this from German)

Entfallene Location: Jazz im Theater (9:27 Min)
Das wahre Gesicht: Dolph Lundgrens letzte Fahrt (5:01 Min)


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http://www.dvd-forum.at/14624/dvd_review_detail.htm
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