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Beuys is a movie starring Joseph Beuys, Caroline Tisdall, and Rhea Thönges-Stringaris. A documentary about the 20th century German sculptor and performance artist Joseph Beuys.

Other Titles
Joseph Beuys - kontroversiell ikon, ヨーゼフ・ボイスは挑発する, Beuys. Sztuka to rewolucja, Joseph Beuys - Die Revolution sind wir!
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Andres Veiel
Writer
Andres Veiel
Actors
Caroline Tisdall, Joseph Beuys, Franz von der Grinten, Rhea Thönges-Stringaris
Country
Germany
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary about the 20th century German sculptor and performance artist Joseph Beuys.

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Christian G.

This is a documentary about the people who work on the sets of the new Star Wars films. It's not particularly informative, but it's a lot of fun to watch. One of the first things that struck me about this film was how it focused on the people who actually work on the sets. Most of the time, I've found that documentary films about the actual set or the actors who work on the set are much more interesting than the actual movie itself. This one does a good job of showing the people who actually work on the set, and how they interact with the actual movie. I really liked this film. It was a bit of a "what are they doing here?" type of film, but it was still a lot of fun to watch.

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Ashley A.

I am so glad I saw this movie. I am not a huge fan of film criticism, but this one was definitely worth watching. The director was kind enough to give us a few short snippets of the history of the movie. I will try to make it short so I won't bore you too much. This movie tells the story of the great film Noir. The film was made in the late 30s, but we see the story of Noir being made in the 40s. The director was concerned about the great influence that Noir had on other film makers. Noir was about a man who lived by a rule. The great thing about Noir is that it was a more real, less glamorized version of real life. The director wanted to tell us that the great great thing about Noir is that it was not about glamor, but real life. That is why the director is giving us snippets of Noir. This movie is not about the story of Noir, but about the great director who made the greatest film in the history of film. This movie is not about the great actor who played Noir, but about the great director who made the greatest film in the history of film.

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Andrea B.

A better, more honest, and more entertaining film than the three preceding, "Let's Be Cops," "Let's Be Cops 2" and "Let's Be Cops 3." These three films were clearly over-rated, but "Let's Be Cops" is a worthy addition to the filmography of the "Let's Be Cops" series. The film was, in my opinion, extremely well-done, especially considering the low budget. The performances were solid, and the cinematography was a standout. However, the story is weak. The story revolves around four African-American men who join the police force and are given a new assignment. While it is never stated exactly how they were assigned to their new assignment, it is apparent that they are given a new assignment to be "the best" and "the best in the department." Their new assignment is to be the best in the department. However, their new assignment does not go well. In fact, the four men are not happy. They are very unhappy with their new assignment, which is also their new job. There is a scene in the film where one of the men gets a gun from his boss and shoots his own partner in the arm, and then they all get together and celebrate. This is the only scene in the film where the four men celebrate, and they celebrate in a very racist way. One of the men says, "I'm going to be the best at what I do." This is the only line in the film where I found the audience laughing, and it was a very inappropriate line. I thought that the other men were much more racist than this one man. This is one of the only scenes in the film where I found the audience laughing. The film is a good documentary about the "let's be cops" genre. It does have a good story to tell, but it is not a good story to tell.

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Daniel Carlson

This is a good documentary about the political history of the Czecho-Slovak Republic of Slovakia in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The film was shown on the History Channel, and is based on the book by a Slovak historian, that is based on his research. It covers the political changes that took place in the country between 1981 and 1992, and also the assassination attempt on the president. The film also looks at the international reactions to the changes in the country. In this respect, the film is interesting, but it is not particularly well done. In particular, the film does not provide enough background information on the political changes, and some scenes are not really clear or are not well-explained. There is also a bit too much emphasis on the events and on the personalities involved. This is not a bad thing, but it could have been better. The film is also not very interesting, in particular because it is very slow-paced, and the film could have been better if it were a bit more lively. On the other hand, it is not a bad documentary. It is not really a great documentary, but it is not bad either. It is a bit better than average, but not great.

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Linda Green

This is a must see documentary. The best part is the interviews with the people involved in the production. The acting is not bad but some of the interviews are quite interesting. I would recommend this documentary to people who like to learn more about the culture of the film industry. There are also a few other documentaries that I have watched recently and they were much better. I recommend this one.

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Walter

BEST OF 2009: If you want to see a more objective, more honest look at the latest crop of films, watch this film. The 'BEST OF' list is an invitation to share your opinions of the movies we've all seen over the last year. This is the movie that I would watch again and again, without getting bored of the same movie. What I like most about this movie is that it is so different from the previous crop of movies. This movie is a true break from the past that I really enjoyed watching. The characters are interesting and the movie is just a great movie. The movie is really interesting, the dialogues are interesting and the movie is just a great movie. It is a bit confusing at first, but then you get the gist of what is happening. I think this is a very good movie for people who like to have a great time.

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Stephanie

This documentary is a must see. It is a wonderful insight into how our world is constantly being threatened by the forces of nature, by corporations, by government, and by the other "beings" of the natural world. We are all part of nature. We are not separate from it. And we need to stop being so scared. We have to love nature. It is our best friend. This documentary should be watched more than once. It is well-done. The best part is the scenes that show us the natural world through the eyes of a different species of people. What a great film. The other part of the film is the history of the "native" Americans. We see how the Europeans came to the new land and how they gradually changed the native culture. They forced the natives to make a profit from their land. They also destroyed their food and way of life. This is a great film. We should all be aware of the fact that the world is very fragile and fragile people are the ones who are most vulnerable to change. It is time to take a breath and realize that we have to help nature, not destroy it.

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Joseph

Not surprisingly, I found this film to be very interesting, with many interesting points and very good use of sound. In a way, it's a work of art - a great film that is very thought-provoking, even if it is about UFOs. The best thing about the film is the sound. You can't hear everything, and the sound is a great addition to the film. Also, the movie does a great job at conveying the emotions of the people who were in the UFO encounter. It is interesting to see how people reacted to the information they received, and how they dealt with the media. I also think that it is great to see how the people who were in the UFO encounter were treated. The treatment of the film is not too harsh, although I think the film could have been done a little bit better. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about UFOs and UFOs in general.

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Christine P.

The film is a retrospective of the three best-known director of the French New Wave cinema: Alain Resnais, Jacques Rivette and Jean-Luc Godard. It's a great treatise on the men behind the scenes of their films. I especially liked the interviews with the directors, especially Godard who told how the director must be more conscious of his audience than he is of his own movie. Resnais also talks about the changes that occurred in his life while making his films, and Godard talks about the various roles that he played in his films. Although I found the film to be boring and to be a little bit of a bore, I do recommend it. The film is well done and the interviews are entertaining. 7/10

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Jacqueline

The film is a portrait of a sort of private family drama, about two sets of grandparents, one with the story of a slave, the other with the story of a free man, who in a kind of contract, sign a contract with a black man in exchange for his freedom. In the end, the family decides to let the grandson go free. The story of the grandson is, as we all know, much more interesting and complex, but the story of the grandfather is more uplifting. This film is a fine and appropriate way of showing the impact of slavery on the family. I would say that this film is a very good documentary, about a difficult subject.

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Austin

This is the first full length feature film by filmmaker Elmar Hedmann. A few of the more interesting parts of the film include the exploration of the American football team from the mid-1970s, the trial and punishment of quarterback Brett Favre for a sexual assault charge, and the birth of the new quarterback for the New York Jets. This is a must see film for any football fan. This is a documentary that is not meant to be taken seriously. It is more for entertainment purposes. In some of the more interesting aspects of the film you'll see that the film makers were not only fans of the team but also of the history surrounding the team. You'll also see that the film makers were also fans of the quarterback and his career. For fans of the NFL, I would recommend this film to anyone looking for a good look at the team that is still in the game today. Overall, this is a film worth seeing. It has an interesting documentary style, and is interesting enough to keep you interested. It is also a film that will likely be appreciated by fans of the team and the film makers.

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Lisa

In my opinion, this is the most boring film ever made. The only reason I gave it a 7 is because I'm a fan of old-school Hollywood films and the original film that inspired it, and it was a B-movie. I know that I'm being hard on the movie, but if you have to watch it, just don't bother.

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Daniel Patel

This is a documentary about the so-called 'Ring of Fire' in which 5 nuclear power stations, along with their associated equipment, are destroyed by terrorists in an attempt to prevent the peaceful world from being bombarded by a nuclear attack. The footage is very informative and is a great example of how to do a documentary. The only problem with this documentary is that it is not very well-edited. It is very amateurish and is not very clear about what is actually going on. It is also very slow-paced and doesn't really have a point to make. It could have been better, but it isn't. I recommend this to anybody who is interested in nuclear power. It is very informative and is very good. 7/10

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Stephanie W.

The documentary features interviews with the leading players of the game, their wives, and their kids. It is mainly a collection of clips from the early days of basketball, some of the highlights of the sport, and some of the more controversial moments in the sport's history. There are some nice moments, such as a clip of Michael Jordan putting on the ball, and the one from Bill Walton, who is interviewed as a former player himself. The interviews are mostly pleasant, though they are not always as fascinating as the clips from the sport. The best moments are about the sport's decline from popularity, including clips of the 1960s and the 1970s. It also features some clips from the early days of women in sports. One of the highlights is the interview of a woman who played a major role in the women's basketball game. The best clips are also from the sport's past, including clips of the 1970s. This is a good documentary for the casual basketball fan. I wouldn't recommend it for the more knowledgeable fans, as the interviewees don't always agree on everything they say.

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Marie Willis

When you hear the word "parody", you instantly think of the "Ace Ventura" movies. This documentary takes you to the heart of the film and shows you what goes on behind the scenes of making a comedy. I'm glad I saw it, it's a fun and informative documentary. The real-life interview format is also very good. I had no idea of the crew's history. Some of the crew members are just amazing. The special effects and stunt sequences are just amazing. Some of the scenes are pretty hard to watch. You can really see the effort they put into the movie and what goes on behind the scenes. You can see that it really is a hard movie to make and it shows in the end. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of the Ace Ventura movies.

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Jacqueline T.

The movie was excellent, I was very impressed with it. The director did a wonderful job. I really liked the director's method of filming. I'm not very familiar with documentaries, but I think this is one of the best I've seen.

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Janice

It's a pretty compelling movie, with a good cast, a good subject and a nice, relaxing pace. This documentary is also quite informative and it's clear that this guy's research has been done on the same topic in other countries. It's a pretty accurate portrayal of what it was like to live in East Germany and of course the impact on the people there. You get the sense that the film is more a study of a journalist than a film-maker. It's a bit slow and the pacing is not perfect but I'm sure that if you're a German student you'll get a lot out of it.

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Ronald Burke

Although the documentary format seems like a natural fit for this documentary, it's actually not. It's a very smart and subtle piece of work that explores how an elderly person can actually do some of the things that they've done for years, and then still remain such a positive person. The documentary does have a few bad moments, but overall, the story is very interesting and insightful. The narrator is also very intelligent and funny. The viewer is taken through some of the things that this woman has done for herself, but also how they've affected the people around her. The documentaries are made with the intention of showing you how she was able to handle some of her old age and still maintain her positive personality. This is what makes the documentary so good. It does have its flaws, but overall, it's an excellent documentary that will leave you with a good feeling about aging.

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Maria P.

I saw the original on video, and I felt that the effects were over-saturated and the acting was not consistent. However, I did enjoy the original, and I thought the movie did a good job of adding some new elements to the story. I found that the movie was about as accurate to the original as a movie can be, but it did not always live up to the original. I also felt that the movie did not have a real story behind it, and that was a letdown. It was also a disappointment to see that the original was so much more fun. I also found that the movie did not follow the original at all. However, I think that the original is a very good movie, and I liked the movie. I think that the movie should have been about the two different stories that were told in the original, but instead the movie decided to concentrate on one story. I also think that the movie should have focused more on the chemistry between the two of them, as that was a huge part of the original.