|viander||Date: Thursday, 17.Nov.2016, 5:53 PM | Message # 1|
Quality: DVD5 (compressed)
Format: DVD Video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3
Video: PAL; 720 x 576; 16/9; 3458 kbit / s; 25.00 frame / s
Audio: AC-3 - Russian, 448 kbit / s; 6 ch; 48.0 KHz. AC-3 - English, 448 kbit / s; 6 ch; 48.0 KHz. PCM - English, 1536 kbit / s; 2 ch; 48.0 kHz
Size: 4.36 GB
This is a unique project of Martin Scorsese, visual history of American blues, one of the most impressive series of documentaries of the last decade of the twentieth century.
The project was attended by bluesmen Charles Burnett and Mark Levine, filmmakers Clint Eastwood, Mike Figgis, Richard Pearce, Wim Wenders, one of the films he shot Martin Scorsese.
The overall goal was all one - to understand the soul of blues, refer to its origins and to see how this music has gained weight and influence in North America and beyond. But each of the directors was moving towards this goal on its own.
A series of "Blues" shows a wide range of styles and moods from tender love to the hard iconoclasm. This is a musical journey into seven parts, the charged energy of the blues, which has not grown a generation of famous musicians.
The second film of the series tells the amazing ability to combine blues unsophisticated earthiness and high, almost sacred poetry.
Based on the history of the genre and their own experience music lover, Wenders joined in his fictionalized biography chronicles the classic and own documentary footage, archival recordings of blues classics and cover songs by contemporary pop stars.