Movie “Das Boot”. Opinions and Movie Trailer.

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MOVIE DESCRIPTION
A German submarine hunts allied ships everywhere in the 2nd World Battle, but it rapidly turns into the hunted. The crew tries to outlive below the surface, while stretching both the boat and themselves to their limits.

MOVIE TRAILER

YEAR
1981

ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
de,

PRODUCTION COUNTRY
Germany

PRODUCTION COMPANIES
Dazzling Movie GmbH,Süddeutscher Rundfunk,Bavaria Movie,Twin Bros. Productions,Columbia Shots,WDR,PSO

CAST

  • Captain Lieutenant ‘Der Alte’: Jürgen Prochnow
  • Lieutenant Werner: Herbert Grönemeyer
  • Chief Engineer: Klaus Wennemann
  • First Look Officer: Hubertus Bengsch
  • 2nd Look Officer: Martin Semmelrogge
  • Kriechbaum: Bernd Tauber
  • Johann ‘Das Gespenst’: Erwin Leder
  • Ullmann: Martin May per chance per chance also merely
  • Hinrich: Heinz Hoenig
  • Chief Bosun: Uwe Ochsenknecht
  • Ario: Claude-Oliver Rudolph
  • Pilgrim: Jan Fedder
  • Monique: Rita Cadillac
  • Frenssen: Ralf Richter
  • Preacher: Joachim Bernhard
  • Schwalle: Oliver Stritzel
  • Bockstiegel: Konrad Becker
  • Dufte: Lutz Schnell
  • Brückenwilli: Martin Hemme
  • Phillip Thomsen: Otto Sander
  • Weser Captain: Günter Lamprecht
  • …: Thomas Boxhammer
  • …: Roger Barth
  • Weser First Officer: Günther Franke
  • …: Christian Bendomir
  • …: Norbert Gronwald
  • …: Albert Kraml
  • Benjamin: Jean-Claude Hoffmann
  • …: Peter Pathenis
  • Hagen: Arno Kral
  • …: Christian Seipolt
  • Schmutt: Helmut Neumeier
  • …: Ferdinand Schaal
  • Franz: Wilhelm Pietsch
  • …: Rolf Weber
  • Markus: Dirk Salomon
  • …: Lothar Zajicek
  • Weser Officer (uncredited): Sky du Mont
  • Merkel (uncredited): Ulrich Günther
  • Nadine (uncredited): Edwige Pierre
  • Françoise (uncredited): Maryline Moulard
  • Seewald (uncredited): Günter Spörrle

CREW

  • Costume Invent: Monika Bauert
  • Sound Recordist: Karsten Ullrich
  • Manufacturing Invent: Rolf Zehetbauer
  • Director: Wolfgang Petersen
  • Original: Lothar-Günther Buchheim
  • Producer: Günter Rohrbach
  • Manufacturing Manager: Michael Bittins
  • Contemporary Tune Composer: Klaus Doldinger
  • Director of Photography: Jost Vacano
  • 2nd Unit Director: Hannes Nikel
  • Casting: Willy Schlenter
  • Art Direction: Götz Weidner
  • Submit Manufacturing Supervisor: William H. Brown
  • Sound Mixer: Milan Bor
  • Screenplay: Dean Riesner
  • Executive Producer: Edward R. Pressman
  • Foley: Mel Kutbay
  • Assistant Art Director: Walter E. Richarz
  • Executive Producer: John W. Hyde
  • Executive Producer: Stamp Damon Johnson
  • Producer: Ortwin Freyermuth
  • First Assistant Director: Georg Borgel
  • Manufacturing Manager: Philippe Dussart
  • Additional Photography: Ernst Wild
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Karl Baumgartner
  • Makeup Artist: Alfred Rasche
  • Makeup Artist: Ago von Sperl
  • Makeup Artist: Rüdiger von Sperl
  • Assistant Art Director: Philipp von Seil
  • Sound Effects Editor: Peter Horrocks
  • Foley: Hans-Walter Kramski
  • Sound Effects Editor: Karola Storr
  • Tune Editor: Alan Willis
  • Script Supervisor: Isabel Prochnow
  • Property Master: Monika Moritz
  • Scenic Artist: Friedrich Thaler
  • Calm Photographer: Karl-Heinz Vogelmann
  • Sound Recordist: Albrecht von Bethmann
  • Sound Recordist: Heinz Schürer
  • Sound Recordist: Werner Böhm
  • Sound Recordist: Stanislav Litera
  • Property Master: Peter Dürst
  • Sound Editor: Mike Le Mare
  • Special Effects: Karl-Heinz Bochnig
  • Special Effects: Max Gretmann
  • Manufacturing Executive: Lutz Hengst
  • Special Effects: Willi Neuner
  • Manufacturing Secretary: Caroline Perchaud
  • Assistant Camera: Mike Rutter
  • Sound Mixer: Trevor Pyke
  • 2nd Assistant Director: Marie-Antoinette Petersen
  • Property Master: Rüdiger Wagner
  • Special Effects: Franz Kirschke
  • Key Grip: Ludwig Sauermann
  • Electrician: Rudi Denk
  • Electrician: Iko Dimitri
  • Electrician: Franz Schlammer
  • Electrician: Willi Zopf
  • Continuity: Isabel Goslar
  • Manufacturing Secretary: Ingrid von Anka
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One comment

  1. _**Life on a German U-boat**_

    For the length of WW2, the German submarine U-96 (with Jürgen Prochnow as the captain) leaves the French harbor of La Rochelle for war adventures & misfortunes within the North Atlantic as soon as they’re in the end commissioned to battle by plan of the Strait of Gibraltar. The boys ride the stressful claustrophobic existence of serving on a U-boat with its highs and lows. Who will earn it reduction alive?

    “Das Boot” (1981) is a neatly performed accounting of what it turned into cherish to are residing on a U-boat in WW2 – the claustrophobic residing stipulations, boredom, dirt, sheer apprehension and… no ladies. One gargantuan scene is when the submarine surfaces after torpedoing a pair ships in a British convoy; it’s cherish hell came to Earth.

    The flick makes a speciality of the Germans within the restricted spaces of the U-boat and it’s wonderful that a compelling film will also be manufactured from that restricted dramatic attitude. While here’s a war image, it doesn’t glorify war. It’s “anti-war” goal by displaying the come it turned into for sub-mariners.

    The film runs 2 hours, 29 minutes, and turned into shot in North Sea discontinuance to Heligoland; the Atlantic Ocean; La Rochelle, France; and Bavaria, Germany.

    GRADE: B

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