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Spirits in the Forest is a movie starring Depeche Mode, Martin Gore, and Andrew Fletcher. A look at Depeche Mode's final moments of their 2017 Global Spirit Tour, featuring intimate stories from select fans.

Genres
Music, Documentary
Director
John Merizalde, Pasqual Gutierrez, Anton Corbijn, Anton Corbijn
Starring
David Gahan, Depeche Mode, Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher

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Product details

Genres Music, Documentary
Director John Merizalde, Pasqual Gutierrez, Anton Corbijn, Anton Corbijn
Stars David Gahan, Depeche Mode, Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher
Country USA
Also Known As Depeche Mode: Spirits in the Forest, Depeche Mode: 'Hinged metsas', Depeche Mode - Spirits in the Forest
Runtime 1 h 23 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 A look at Depeche Mode's final moments of their 2017 Global Spirit Tour, featuring intimate stories from select fans.

Top reviews

Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 09:32

It's very nice to see that the makers of this movie actually spent time and money to make it, especially since the documentary that followed didn't have enough time to show the best parts of this. I just love how the music is incorporated into the film, it's an amazing soundtrack. Some people might say that the music is too cheesy, but I personally love that part. The songs have a really gritty sound to them, and I think that's what makes the movie feel like it's part of the history. I also really like how they included the story of those who died during the flood in the beginning of the film. The way the characters are portrayed are completely different from the standard Hollywood portrayal of kids. The characters don't act like little kids, but more like people who were close to losing their loved ones during the disaster. They also show that life goes on, even during disasters. Some of the characters don't really get the sympathy or appreciation they deserve, but that's a small complaint. The acting is great, and it's really interesting to see the group's life, and their struggle to survive during the flood, and the search for water to survive. They also take a lot of time to show the public that, even during disasters, life goes on. When they were in the mall, I was moved to tears, because it's a small business that survived the disaster, and they were still able to do everything. I also liked how the way they portrayed the characters didn't go through the typical Hollywood ideal of a "bad-ass guy", and I think that's what they were trying to show. Even though it's a different story, it's definitely a good movie. I love how the movie doesn't glorify the disaster, it doesn't glorify the people who died, and it doesn't glorify the government. It doesn't try to say that if you survived it's because you had the best of intentions, or that it's okay to just act like it was your fault. I think the message is really important. In the end, it's a story about perseverance, and the importance of trying to survive in a disaster, and showing the importance of friends, family and your community. I really enjoyed it, and I really hope this film gets the attention it deserves.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 09:13

Director Julia Salamon (Forrest Gump, My Left Foot) brings to the screen the tragic story of John Wesley Harding, the son of a Tennessee farmer who was murdered during the Civil War by a gang led by John Colby (The Iron Heel, The Wicker Man). The two young men were dragged into the river to be eaten by a boar, but were saved by the intervention of a Russian boatman who had just seen his brother's mutilated body. The Russian, taken from a concentration camp, is almost immediately contacted by the U.S. government who inform him that Colby is still alive, but he will have to prove his innocence to the government and his own father. A mere decade later, Harding's son died in a car accident that involved Colby, and Harding is now fighting his own government's interest in the Harding-Colby case. But Harding is not really interested in the evidence that his father's killers had at their disposal, but in proving his father's innocence and seeking an exoneration. It is hard to watch a documentary like this, as there is not much to tell. The thing is, there is more to see. The stories of the people who made the documentary are engaging, and in some cases powerful. Although the film takes place over a decade, the testimonies are riveting. The documentary moves at a quick pace, and the interviews with the real Harding and his relatives are remarkable. The film makes a great case for Harding's innocence, and there is very little that can be said in favor of Colby's guilt. The film is very good, but is hardly perfect.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 23:28

This film is truly inspirational. It's about us and how we have been, and will be. I would have liked to have seen more time on the North African experience, and some music to accompany this. The "thieves" we hear on the soundtrack are true people, not children playing along with the footage. I also felt that the editing of the film was very good, and I appreciated that the film took place in three different time periods. I would have liked to have seen more music at the end of the film, as it seemed to come together. I found myself humming the song "Running Away" for the first time in a long time. I am impressed by the strength and perseverance of these young people who took such a brave and dangerous step. The film shows the potential of the people of North Africa to change their conditions. The film shows that it is possible to overcome the difficulties that people face in their everyday lives. It shows that there is hope, and that it can be achieved. It shows that we all have the capacity to change the world, as long as we are willing to make a commitment to be active participants. The soundtrack was wonderful and I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in music. I hope that this film inspires people to learn about the African experiences, and help them to be more involved in their own communities. It is certainly a good film for families to watch together. The film ends on a positive note. Hopefully it will inspire people to be more active, and to give their time and energy to improve their own communities. I hope that this film will help to open a door for people to better understand the problems that Africans face. This film is definitely a must see. It is a good start to a better understanding of Africa.


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