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That Pärt Feeling is a movie starring Arvo Pärt, Tõnu Kaljuste, and Alain Gomis. The great composer Arvo Pärt at work, whilst the artists who perform his music and are inspired by it illustrate the different aspects of the...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Paul Hegeman
Starring
Candida Thompson, Alain Gomis, Arvo Pärt, Tõnu Kaljuste

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Paul Hegeman
Writer Paul Hegeman
Stars Candida Thompson, Alain Gomis, Arvo Pärt, Tõnu Kaljuste
Country Netherlands
Also Known As The mystery of Arvo Pärt, That Part Feeling - The Universe of Arvo Part, Fascinerande Arvo Pärt, Het Pärt gevoel - Het universum van Arvo Pärt, That Part Feeling - the Universe of Arvo Part, Kiehtova Arvo Pärt
Runtime 1 h 15 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The great composer Arvo Pärt at work, whilst the artists who perform his music and are inspired by it illustrate the different aspects of the phenomenon the man is.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 18 Aug 2020 09:24

A film about a man who is now ninety-three years old, who, in some ways, is really not so old. He has been doing various kinds of work since the 1960s, from being a television host, to being a performer in the art form, to being a business manager, and even to being a film critic. When he finally retired, he decided that he would have to write a book about his life. After a number of attempts to write the book, including a stage play, he finally succeeded in turning it into a screenplay. His memoir, "The Time Machine", is a big success. It was also the film that first brought Michael Moore to the attention of many people. After the success of the film, he decided to make a film about his own life. This was the most successful of his films. He spent two years and $100,000, then spent another $100,000 to produce the movie "Fahrenheit 9/11". Since then, he has made a number of films, but none have been as successful as this one. The result is a very impressive film about a man who, in his later years, is not so old. "Time Machine" is not a bad film. It has a nice feel, and it is a very well made film. The movie is also a good introduction to Michael Moore. The acting is very good, especially by Michael Caine, and the cinematography is very good. The production design is very good, too. The script is good, too. All in all, it is a very good film. It is the kind of film that you would want to watch, if you are a fan of Michael Moore. But it is not a film that you would want to watch if you are a fan of Michael Moore. In my opinion, it is worth seeing, because it is not just another Michael Moore film. It is a film that is very different from the others that he has made. But I don't think that it is one of his best films, either. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Para Fogo" ("Time Machine")
Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 10:25

This is a documentary about the effect that the film The Haunting of Hill House had on the local town. The director, Stephen Field, was in the town to help with some filming and the movie had been in the works for a while, but the movie finally got made. Field was part of the original cast of the movie, but this documentary is really a history lesson on the town and its people. As a result, we get to hear some of the early movie's cast, some of the locals, and some of the old characters of the town. It's a good overview of the town, but not as great as it could have been. It's interesting that the town is not just a place where the movie was filmed, but that the town itself is about a half mile away from where the movie was shot. We hear from a couple of people that the town is pretty quiet, and they don't know why it was filmed. Field also does a great job of describing the towns people, and of course there is a lot of nostalgia. We also get to hear some of the local legends and legends that the town has and that the movie was based on. There are also some interesting people that we meet throughout the film, and one of the first people we meet is a guy who is trying to start his own bar. He has a lot of knowledge on the local history and a lot of different people that he knows. He is very friendly and helpful to the people of the town. It's interesting that he was able to help so many people get involved in the movie and get a movie made. It's also interesting that there is this bar that was never mentioned in the movie, but was mentioned in a lot of the town's history. We get to see how the bar is built, and the backstory of the bar owner. It's a good job of keeping the viewer interested in the town and in the people that they meet in the town. Field also does a great job of staying on the main story and not falling back on cliche's and the town's history. The town is not just about a haunted house, it's about a small town in the middle of nowhere, with some nice scenery, and a lot of people that are not just town folk. There is a lot of history that they get to hear about, but it's not just history as much as it is people's stories. Overall, it's a good documentary, but it doesn't get the attention it could have. I like the movie, but it just didn't get the recognition it deserved. The town is not really mentioned, but it's just a little town that has a small town feel to it. It's a good documentary, but not great.


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