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Rhythm Is It! (2004)

RHYTHM IS IT! records the first big educational project of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle. The orchestra ventured out of the ivory tower of high culture into ... See full summary »

Writers:

Thomas Grube (screenplay), Enrique Sánchez Lansch
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Cast

Credited cast:
Simon Rattle Simon Rattle ... Himself
Royston Maldoom Royston Maldoom ... Himself
Susannah Broughton Susannah Broughton ... Herself
Marie Theinert Marie Theinert ... Herself
Martin Eisentraut Martin Eisentraut ... Himself
Olayinka Shitu Olayinka Shitu ... Himself
Volker Eisenach Volker Eisenach ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Berliner Philharmoniker Berliner Philharmoniker
Miriam Pech Miriam Pech ... Herself
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RHYTHM IS IT! records the first big educational project of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle. The orchestra ventured out of the ivory tower of high culture into boroughs of low life for the sake of 250 youngsters. They had been strangers to classical music, but after arduous but thrilling preparation they danced to Stravinsky's 'Le Sacre du Printemps' ('The Rite of Spring'). Recorded with a breathtaking fidelity of sound, this film from Thomas Grube and Enrique Sánchez Lansch documents the stages of the Sacre project and offers deep insights into the rehearsals of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Written by BOOMTOWN MEDIA BERLIN

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educational film | dance | See All (2) »

Genres:

Documentary | Music

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Country:

Germany

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

16 September 2004 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Rytm to jest to! See more »

Filming Locations:

Berlin, Germany

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Good energy can spread!
19 November 2004 | by BoehmSee all my reviews

This is a very remarkable documentary movie. A large group of underprivileged kids and teens is brought together in a dancing project. They are to dance to Sacre du Printemps by Stravinsky, not the easiest music anyway. Most of them had never before been to a classical concert. Now they will dance accompanied by the Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra. In the first week one doesn´t really believe that this will work well. Some kids find it hard, some even almost unbearable. However, they keep track. The dancing teacher, Royston, speaks their language, because he himself worked his way up from a very difficult social environment. Sometimes his tone is rough, almost rude, but at the same time he transports the aura of a firm belief in these kids. The result is amazing and very touching. The project is a huge success. And you can see the joy in the eyes of children who were never praised or applauded to before, and what it means to them to have achieved all this. Go see it! You´d be sorry if you missed it.


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