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Das Boot gibt es in drei Versionen, die sich zum Teil erheblich voneinander unterscheiden: die Kinoversion (), die Fernsehserie () und den Director's. erscheint Lothar-Günther Buchheims Roman "Das Boot", in dem der Autor seine Kriegserlebnisse an Bord eines deutschen U-Boots. Deutsche Erstausstrahlung: Das Erste. 2. Weltkrieg, Die Das Boot war ursprünglich als Fernsehserie konzipiert, und nichts anderes. Erst als im Februar die deutlich längere Fernsehfassung als Dreiteiler über die Bildschirme lief, machte man in der Bundesrepublik seinen. Entdecken Sie Das Boot – TV-Serie (Das Original) [2 DVDs] und weitere "Das Boot" wurde erstmalig im Jahre im Deutschen Fernsehen und im. ORF als.
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He captures the boredom and the fear in war in a superb way. Perhaps the labeling of this film as a "war movie", has scared off many viewers from a great piece of art.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Top Rated TV 45 3 wins. Edit Cast Complete series cast summary: Jürgen Prochnow Der Alte 3 episodes, Herbert Grönemeyer Leutnant Werner 3 episodes, Klaus Wennemann Obersteuermann 3 episodes, Erwin Leder Johann, das Gespenst 3 episodes, Martin May Ullmann 3 episodes, Heinz Hoenig Hinrich 3 episodes, Uwe Ochsenknecht The meeting is cut short as the police arrive, Inspector Pierre Duvall having been tipped off by someone.
Simone is able to evade capture with the assistance of a priest. Forster asks Simone to interpret as he interrogates a captured female French Resistance fighter Jacqueline who she met up with at Frank's request, though Forster is unaware of Simone's involvement.
On U Hoffmann irritates members of his crew and in particular his adjutant Oberleutnant zur See Karl Tennstedt by making them perform numerous drills, he further antagonises them by withdrawing from combat, with a group of destroyers , when he receives fresh orders to go to a new rendez-vous point.
The mission is a propaganda mission that has been ordered directly by Goebbels , Forster having advised Fregattenkapitan Gluck to choose Hoffmann as it would be removing a less experienced captain from combat.
Simone, on entering Frank's flat finds photos of Frank and a young woman, called Nathalie, who works behind the bar in a local brothel and goes to visit her.
Carla, the leader of the local French resistance cell visits Simone and pressurises her into giving Jacqueline morphine so she can overdose and kill herself, before being forced to talk.
Simone uses an air raid as her chance to do this, as the Police H. U reaches the supply ship where they pick up an American passenger, Samuel Greenwood, but immediately come under attack whilst refuelling from an allied aircraft.
On U Tennstedt makes no secret of his contempt for Hoffman, sharing his bitterness with the other officers about how he feels Hoffman has benefited from having a famous U-boat commander for a father.
Rumours begin to circulate through the crew that the Greenwood is a Jew , that Hoffman shot the court-martialed submariner in cold blood and that two U-boats were lost at the hands the destroyers that U were engaging with previously.
Greenwood, initially brash and over-familiar irritates the officers with his manner but later if for more circumspect when the true horrors of combat are revealed, first seeing Mechanikergefreiter Matthias Loidl lose his arm in a accident whilst loading the torpedo and then the destruction of a destroyers by U In La Rochelle, Simone follows Nathalie back to her house and discovers she has had a child with Frank and that she is Jewish, with a forged identity.
Simone shows her the document which she was supposed to pass onto Jacqueline on Frank's behalf, it is the circuit diagram for the radio on the U-boat, and was supposed to be exchanged for forged passports for Frank and Natalie.
Carla brings Simone to their hideout and ascertains what happened to Jacqueline, Carla gives Simone the passports that had been forged for Frank and Simone warns her that Forster is aware of her.
Carla vows to take her revenge which she exacts by organising a bomb at the welcoming home parade of another U-boat. At the brothel, where Nathalie works behind the bar, she is raped and beaten by one of the sub-mariners for refusing to have sex with him.
By way of reprisal for the bombing, the German High Command decree that Gluck orders the execution of French citizens in retaliation.
The mayor of La Rochelle is asked which names to be added to the list of people to be shot. Forster is unhappy with the indiscriminate nature of the killing, but Gluck assures him if the perpetrators are found then no-one else would need to die.
Simone visits Nathalie in the hospital, at the behest of Margot and finds her in a very bad way with serious head and abdominal injuries received from her assault.
Forster continues to attempt to court Simone On U Mechanikerobergefreiter Max von Haber is revealed to have come from a wealthy background dropped out of officer training school to be of a lower rank, this induces further resentment in the men who already blame him for Loidl suffering his injury and beat him as a result.
They arrive at their rendez-vous point for handing over Greenwood but just as Greenwood is about to leave he insults Tennstedt who punches him and causes him to fall into the sea.
The brutality and randomness of war are shown without any attempt to make them "pretty. Opening up the claustriphobia chriswgallagher 10 March As good as "Das Boot" is in it's original theatrical form,and in an director Peterson's extended version in the re-release,the TV version,coming in at close to five hours long shows so much more of the day to day life on the boat.
The claustriphobic nature of life on a WWII submarine is opened up for us. It delves far more deeply into the personalities and lives of the crew,both on and off the boat.
They become real human beings,and we see how hard their lives are while on patrol. As with "All Quiet on the Western Front",the senselessness of war is brought home when see from the losing side.
Highly moving. I first watched this when it came out on TV as a mini-series min, , then recently as the movie version min, , and then the mini-series again.
In cutting the length down for the movie version, what largely remains are action scenes. These scenes gradually and subtly develop the characterizations of the crew members: their divergent political beliefs, the tensions among them, their cynicism or honor, their bravery or fragility.
The submarine itself is a central character too: emerging through the depths like a great lethal whale, or plowing through the spray in rough weather, or floating calmly across the placid ocean surface, all to the backdrop of the haunting and memorable theme music.
These subtle atmospheric aspects are what most stayed with me for 30 years. I would also suggest watching it in German with subtitles - one of the things that makes this an unusual WWII movie is that it is from the German perspective, and hearing it in German gives a more intense feel for that Germanic aspect and its special qualities even if you don't understand German.
Das Boot is an amazing experience, and it is well worth immersing yourself in the original full length miniseries version for a memorable and unique experience.
I taped the original Swedish airing of "Das Boot" in the late 80's,and thought it was amazing. Fortunate enough, this film lack the big special effects,which makes it stand excellent against time.
I prefer the mini over the feature movie. The slower pace and the closeness to the characters really gets to me. Over the years I must have seen this film more than 50 times,and it's still great!
The casting is excellent and so is the directing. Wolfgang Petersen have done really well with a great novel. He captures the boredom and the fear in war in a superb way.
Perhaps the labeling of this film as a "war movie", has scared off many viewers from a great piece of art. Both those who dislike war movies and those who like war action.
Common Humanity Balberith 15 March Das Boot is my favorite war film. It shows war through the eyes of Germans.
It is so realistic and intense that I live it every time I see it. It is one war film where I consider Germans to be the "good guys"! Their humanity and fight for survival touch me in such a way that I cannot help but be totally for them.
It does indeed prove that beneath every uniform their lies a human being with hopes and dreams for the future. It makes me realize that war is terrible for everyone involved.
It makes me realize that our common humanity is much more important than politics. We all should recognize this fact of life.
God bless the people who made this film. They not only opened my mind but also my heart! So I'd like to say to them: Vielen Dank!
Das Boot is considered by many one of the best war films ever made. They have been a number of versions, the theatrical cut and the director's cut.
The film was financed by German television and the director Wolfgang Petersen converted it into a 6 hour mini-series. The DVD is an epic 4 hour 42 minutes, cut in a seamless fashion.
It shows the mission of U in the winter of when the Battle of the Atlantic is turning towards Britain's favour. Britain is using the convoy system, having more supplies from the American merchant navy and the Britain navy is getting better armed, so starving the nation seems hopeless.
The crew are on a simple mission of trying to sink as many British ships as possible whilst avoiding British patrol planes and destroyers, a very tough think to do.
The focus of Das Boot is on the experienced war weary captain Jürgen Prochnow and Lieutenant Werner Herbert Grönemeyer , a young war corespondent for the German military and an outside to their world.
All the characters are individuals, treated with respected, even the only character who is a Nazi is treated like a human being.
This is a complex drama about the moral of warfare and the collective spirit of serving in a submarine. It is a tough world where young men are serving in one of the most dangerous fields of war during World War II.
This a conflict where they are long moments of boredom in a close environment. This can lead to conflict within the crew.
Whilst when the U-Boat does find a convoy it can be a massive struggle between life and death for the whole crew.
Das Boot is clearly Wolfgang Petersen best work. He shows the claustrophobic environment of what a U-Boat would have been like.
It is a noisy environment, and it can lead to conflict within the crew, but also the crew are also close and have to be because they depend on each other.
As well as the moments of boredom to show character development and debate the war, Petersen also knew when to add the tension and made Das Boot an instance experience.
He also showed his skill with action. Wolfgang Petersen focused on character development, unlike his Hollywood films.
He does not villainize either the British or German navies, or the people who fought in the war. Despite Das Boot is based on a fictional novel, it is one of the most accurate portrayal of naval warfare during World War II.
Das Boot has a very 80s score to it, using modern instruments, which surprisingly works, adding to the imagines. I personally would have gone for a more classical score, but that's just me.
A must see. I watched this movie the very first time as a kid in on TV and was stoked right away.
I had not even been allowed to stay up late at that age but I was able to persuade my parents to let me watch it.
Since then I must have watched this five hour version at least seven times and I would be very happy to see it again but unfortunately I do not own it.
Do not let the genre "war movie" keep you away from watching this because it is far from being one of those typical "war movies".
It is not only the story which makes this one great but also the acting, the lack of special effects and the authenticity. And of course Jürgen Prochnow is king!
I agree with everyones comment on the feelings it gives you. One thing that opened my eyes some is the fact when the officer on the ship where they docked and re-supplied in Italy, raised his hand toward the captain and said "Heil Hitler", The captain just looked at him and never saluted back the same.
That indicates somewhat that he is disgusted with Hitler and basically is there to complete his orders as any dedicated soldier would do.
The eyes of Chief Engineer Hans when he was cracking up under stress, really got to me. The close-up of his eyes put chills down my spine.
You can watch this movie numerous times and always find something you missed. Quinoa 1 May For lack of a better comparison, Das Boot basically did for the war film - and that small sub-genre of WW2 submarine pictures - what Alien did for science fiction space movies: it looks and feels dirty in this environment, and the people who work on these vessels are hard-bitten and look filthy and are more like blue-collar workers than what one would normally picture them being in.
In Das Boot or, of course, 'The Boat' , Wolfgang Peterson adapts Bucheim's journalistic WW2 story about a U-boat in late who are tasked to go into the North Atlantic and take on the enemy, primarily British convoys and other boats of the like.
It's a grim, relentless, sometimes depressing but often invigorating story. One might also be thwarted, as I was for some years, about the idea of 'Huh, the Germans as the heroes of this story, get outta here.
Actually most of these officers and naval-men on this U-Boat, run by Jurgen Prochnow's character, have no real firm affiliation, and when they meet other officers when they pull for a brief stop in Spain, they don't even 'Sieg Heil' the other officers.
Why this works for an international audience, why it didn't just stay a German-based sort of entity with minimal interest for outsiders who might still have grudges, is that Peterson and company a don't have any real interest in the politics of anything, it's ALL about the sub and what the missions are, and b the depth given to the characters certainly in the director's cut, if not the even longer version makes these people stand out as people first and foremost.
Are they all super complex? Maybe not.