The life story of 80s Austrian superstar Falco, the man behind the monster hit "Rock me, Amadeus". The story of Johann "Falco" Hölzel from young kid, the road from a band to his solo career, and to his tragic death.
After 22 years of being in coma, Falco wakes up only to learn that his wife remarried and that he missed the childhood and adolescence of his daughter. He goes back to the only thing that's... See full summary »
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"Falco - Verdammt wir leben noch" deals with life, work and tragic death of Johann "Falco" Hölzel. The biopic is portraying his work through his early days, as member of the Viennese band "Drahdiwaberl" and later with his own hits as solo artist, like "Der Kommissar", "Wiener Blut" and his worldwide smash-hit "Rock Me Amadeus".Written by
WILHELM SCREAM: During the movie scene that Falco watches when he gets a visit from Horst. See more »
Johann 'Falco' Hölzel:
Wenn du mich heute auf die Straße setzt und gibst mir eine Mark und sagst: «Du bist ein Niemand«, dann fahr ich mit dem Autobus ins Studio und fang' wieder von vorne an.
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Coming Home (Jeanny Part 2)
Performed by Manuel Rubey
Lyrics by Rob Bolland, Ferdi Bolland and Falco
Music by Rob Bolland and Ferdi Bolland
Verlag: Edition Falkenhorst / Nanada Bolland Music -75%
Bolland Music / Nanada The Netherlands
Mit freundlicher Genehmigung HOBO Music & Media GmbH
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Austria) See more »
Original sex and drugs-story about Austrian mega star
This Austrian autobiographic film about Austrian superstar Falco and his life from young boy to superstardom to tragic death, all bathed in Falcos hits from "Der Kommisar" to "Jeannie".
The film shock opens with Grace Jones telling about the horror in what happened when he tragically died. Just after we go back to his childhood years when he played organ in the church, and becoming a school dropout dreaming of being a new Elvis.
The film is different and interesting all the way, and manages to capture a life often in chaos. Falco is fabulously portrayed here, by Manuel Rubey as an ingenious but also very insecure and sometimes quite opposite, emotionally and artistic unstable artist.
The film manages to tell the story of sex,drugs and rock'n'roll in an original way, steering outside the clichés that makes a film like this boring. The telling rhythm which is very different, and baffles you a bit. The story is still mostly chronologically told, but gives short glimpses to the end so you realize the end is nearer than you would think during the whole film.
The film is scattered with his hit songs, adding a lot of 80'ies nostalgia, which for me adds to the pleasure. Recommended watch.
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