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Heimat: A Chronicle of Germany – Limited Edition Boxset (Blu-Ray)

Director: Edgar Reitz
Blu-Ray
949 SEK
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Five years in the making, Heimat is one of the most compelling and highly praised dramas in television history. This epic tale of a family and their rural life in a small German village is told against the changing backdrop of a country’s turbulent history from 1919 to 1982. From the aftermath of the First World War, economic hardship, the rise and fall of Nazism, the Second World War and the decades that followed, life in the village goes on and the values and aspirations of the people at its’ heart are wonderfully brought to life in this gripping saga of an ordinary family living through extraordinary times.

The episodes are: ‘Fernweh – 1919-28’, ‘Die Mitte der Welt – 1929-1933’, ‘Weihnacht Wie Noch Nie – 1935’, ‘Reichshöhenstraße – 1938’, ‘Auf und Davon und Zurück – 1938/1939’, ‘Heimatfront – 1943’, ‘Die Liebe der Soldaten – 1944’, ‘Der Amerikaner – 1945-1947’, ‘Hermännchen – 1955/56’, ‘Die Stolzen Jahre – 1967-1969’ and ‘Das Fest der Lebenden und der Toten – Herbst 1982’.

Special features: 
– Restored from the original negative by The Edgar Reitz Film Foundation
– ‘Heimat – The Hunsruek Villages: Stories From The Film Locations’ Edgar Reitz’s 2-hour documentary ‘prologue’ to Heimat
– An interview with Edgar Reitz on the making of Heimat
– Maria’s Story: Marita Breuer on Heimat
– Christian Reitz: Restoring Heimat
– Showing Not Talking: Jan Harlan on Heimat A Visual Essay by Daniel Bird
– 50 page limited edition soft cover book featuring liner notes by Carmen Gray, ‘The Collaboration with Gernot Roll’ by Edgar Reitz and ‘Germany as Memory’ by Anton Kaes

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  • Barcode: 5028836040798
  • Language: German
  • Subtitle: English
  • Country: Germany
  • Studio: Second Sight Films
  • Screen ratio: Widescreen

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