Rammstein in Amerika (2015)

  • Year: 2015
  • Released: 25 Sep 2015
  • Country: Germany
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5053508/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/rammstein_in_amerika
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  • Available in: 720p,
  • Language: German, English, Spanish, French, Russian, Japanese
  • MPA Rating: R
  • Genre: Documentary, Music
  • Runtime: 143 min
  • Writer: N/A
  • Director: Hannes Rossacher
  • Cast: Flake Lorenz, Richard Kruspe, Paul Landers
  • Keywords: eastern germany, heavy metal, biography, concert, rammstein,

Rammstein in Amerika Storyline

Hannes Rossacher’s major documentary “Rammstein in Amerika” is a great journey. It begins in summer 1988 on the Ostseestrand in East Germany and accompanies the band on their long, sometimes painful, but finally successful conquest of the American continents up until 2001. It continues with their farewell to the US after the events of September 11th and ends in front of thousands of cheering Americans in Madison Square Garden. For the documentary, Rammstein provided extensive, previously unreleased footage and photos from the band archive. In numerous interviews from various periods in the band’s history, the band members speak about their experiences across the Atlantic. Old and new friends and acquaintances, as well as many American colleagues, pay tribute to the band and recount anecdotes. Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Moby, CJ Ramone, Steven Tyler (Aerosmith), Iggy Pop, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley from KISS, Wes Borland (Limp Bizkit), Marilyn Manson, Melissa Auf der Maur, Scott Ian (Anthrax), Jonathan Davis and Munky Shaffer from Korn, Shawn Crahan (Slipknot), actor Kiefer Sutherland (“24”) and many more.—Rammstein

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This is the hands dow the best music documentary that I have ever seen. Loved the band for almost 30 years and now I have a whole new appreciation for them. Do yourself a favour and press play.

For the fans

“Rammstein in Amerika” is a documentary from 2015, a German production that is a mix of English and German language, depending on who the interviewees are. The director is Austrian Hannes Rossacher and he has worked on many music-themed documentaries already, including another one about Rammstein, namely the pretty famous “Lichtspielhaus” more than a decade before this one here. But back to this one we have here. There are two versions of it. The original runs for slightly over 90 minutes, but there is also a director’s cut that runs for slightly over two hours and the latter is the one I saw. It is a collection of interviews with the band mentioned in the title and interviews of other mostly American artists and they tell us about their connection with Rammstein or the way they see the German band. I personally would say that this one (at least the director’s cut) is maybe a bit too long for its own good. I must say it is a very competent documentary overall, but there is something missing that makes this one really stand out. It’s tough to point a finger at what it is exactly, but in my opinion this is a film that is really only for people who love the band and they will maybe not really learn anything new, apart from one character’s connection to 9/11 perhaps, but they will enjoy the music and the familiar faces. I doubt that this is a documentary that really gets new audiences curious about Rammstein. The fire aspect in terms of their concerts is a crucial component probably, but beyond the blasts at the surface there feels very little under and beneath it. My problem with this is not that we find out very little in terms of personal references about the band members (it’s their right to keep some things a secret), but that I found everybody apart from Lindemann perhaps pretty much interchangeable and this did not change either after this documentary. So yeah, overall I would say that I personally would be more interested in listening to some of my favorite Rammstein songs and there are maybe 5 or so that I quite like than in watching this documentary (again) because honestly the longer it went the more it started to drag in my opinion. And honestly, there were some moments in their stage shows that I found rather appalling. Still I cannot deny their artistic impact in terms of their music and it’s respectable how famous they are in the United States given where they are from and how many of their songs are in the German language. Like I said, watch it if you really like Rammstein, otherwise skip it.

love it

great documentary about the German band Rammstein and how they made their way to the USA which usually isn’t easy when you sing in German. also it gives a good review about the history of the band before they were famous. the documentary finally shows that this band is not some nazi-band which they were told to be in the late 90ies because of the way they pronounce the words. this documentary shows how tough it can be to be a successful band. it’s not all easy and fun. what I liked a lot about this documentary is that it shows the impact of 9/11 and a little bit how Europeans look at it. it’s not much politics but just enough. to Europeans it also shows how crazy the laws in the united states can be.