Twentysomething innocents Jacqui and Martijn move to Amsterdam and immerse themselves in the intense and drug-laden underground club scene. Life turns out to be far more complicated, ...
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HIGH TECH SOUL is the first documentary to tackle the deep roots of techno music alongside the cultural history of Detroit, its birthplace. From the race riots of 1967 to the underground ... See full summary »
This DVD is a documentary film about the history of the U. S. rave scene which includes a fantastic soundtrack! Both t he film and soundtrack capture the people and the music tha t shaped ... See full summary »
'The Sound of Belgium' explores the rich but untold story of Belgian electronic dance music. From the grand dance halls with Decap organs to the golden days of Popcorn; From dark and cold ... See full summary »
In an effort to confront her family's dark past a punk-chick from California traces her father's roots back to pre-war Berlin. Her journey takes her to Houston, Paris, Berlin, Prague and ... See full summary »
Twentysomething innocents Jacqui and Martijn move to Amsterdam and immerse themselves in the intense and drug-laden underground club scene. Life turns out to be far more complicated, difficult, and dangerous than they bargained for. Their relationship is tested - repeatedly.Written by
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Influence: Director Gaspar Noé has remarked in an interview that the visual style of "Wasted! (Naar de Klote!)", seen by him when he was younger, was of influence on what was eventually to become the visual style of "Enter the Void" (2009). See more »
This movie gives the viewer a nice view in the Dutch drugs-scene, 7 years ago... The movie is fresh and unique, and will leave the viewer with in trance. Negative: The fake accent of main-actress Fem van der Elsen. She is just trying too hard.
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