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Das Boot
West Germany
Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure, History, War
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Wolfgang Petersen
Jürgen Prochnow as Capt.-Lt. Henrich Lehmann-Willenbrock - Der Alte
Herbert Grönemeyer as Lt. Werner - Correspondent
Klaus Wennemann as Chief Engineer Fritz Grade - Der Leitende-Der LI
Hubertus Bengsch as 1st Lieutenant - Number One-1WO
Martin Semmelrogge as 2nd Lieutenant - 2WO
Bernd Tauber as Kriechbaum - Chief Quartermaster-Navigator
Erwin Leder as Johann
Martin May as Ullman
Heinz Hoenig as Hinrich (as Heinz Hönig)
Uwe Ochsenknecht as Chief Bosun
Jan Fedder as Pilgrim
Ralf Richter as Frenssen
Joachim Bernhard as Preacher
Storyline: It is 1942 and the German submarine fleet is heavily engaged in the so-called "Battle of the Atlantic" to harass and destroy British shipping. With better escorts of the destroyer class, however, German U-boats have begun to take heavy losses. "Das Boot" is the story of the crew of one such U-Boat, with the film examining how these submariners maintained their professionalism as soldiers and attempted to accomplish impossible missions, all the while attempting to understand and obey the ideology of the government under which they served.
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down to the sea in ships
When I heard that a German WW2 story was being filmed I wondered how they would portray themselves....This was one of the most amazing movies I have ever seen...you feel as if YOU are part of the crew, you will live or die in a small steel cylinder around 100 feet long. This movie takes the books antiwar bend and uses it to probe the heart and soul of each of us who see this film.... As many of us no know first hand there are no real hero's on any side just men doing what has been asked of them... In this movie these "nasty vile Natzis" turn out to be mostly just human beings trying to survive as we were back then. WAR IS HELL.......a living breathing hell that you shall carry along with you the rest of your days on earth. This film pulls no punches it speaks right to you...."We are humans to we have the right to survive and live a life" Both myself and most all I know were deeply moored by this film see it in German first ( English subtitles) then try the English version.... This is a war action story that is as great a anti-war story as was All Quiet on the Western Front! May GOD someday bless us all with a time without war and bloody conflict.
das boot from my perspective
Hi people. Iam the person who asked the question,do other women like jurgen prochnow. I now feel that my simple posting was perhaps not clever or detailed enough.I now feel very silly so, to prove i can talk about das boot in a more intellectual way, please indulge my hurt pride and read on. I honestly don't enjoy das boot for the captain alone. I have loved this film for a number of years now, i have loved it for many different reasons. Give me a chance to explain them. Please keep reading even if i do not express myself very well. I mentioned how in charge the captain seems to be and how this gives him sex appeal. However it is far deeper than that. Das boot is almost unique in that it is a totally male dominated film. I love how the men talk freely to each other about anything and everything without a woman to interrupt them. I like the way they interact with each other, or not as the case may be. Outwardly das boot is cold and stark and cruel. All those people locked together, forever in each others way. Inwardly the film has a soft and gentle side. One of great emotions. Fear and loneliness. It even has a spiritual side, or at least i think so. The man who has command of a situation like this has a special appeal. I get so involved that i want to mother some of the crew, befriend some of them and be the lover of others. The whole thing would be ruined if a woman came on board. Iam a woman and its like listening and viewing out of bounds territory. But the captain is hot, i want him to kiss me all over and then kiss him back, oh no, now i sound silly again so i will stop.
Take it from a real submariner-
on modern "boats" life isn't easy- but compared to the living hell that the German U-Boats were, modern submariners have nothing to complain about. People in certain professions don't like to watch movies about those professions (Doctors and Nurses shy away from hospital dramas, for example). Submarine sailors are different. We love to watch every submarine movie ever made, from "Run Silent, Run Deep" and "Destination: Tokyo" to "The Hunt For Red October", "Crimson Tide" and "U-571". Why? Because we can always use a good laugh. For those in the know, submarine movies are usually absolutely hilarious. Except this one. After being in the Navy for four years, serving with around 350 different men, and being acquainted with a further 200-300, all of them submarine sailors, I think that I can state with absolute certainty that this film is the ONLY submarine movie that ALL submariners take seriously. And that is the highest praise a movie like this can possibly get.
What an awesome movie !

This film here is incredible for it's time to say the least. I own the director's cut DVD-9 and what an upgrade compared to the VHS with all the extras. Jurgen always does a fine job as a lead actor, most of the crew on aboard the U-boat are relative unknown German actors at that time in '81, I must say they really did a fine job on making the suspense and the overall feeling really real. I mean, if you have a 5.1 surround sound stereo in your house, you feel the adrenaline, the sound of depth charges hitting the water, the stress and anxiety of the crew. In a word, awesome ! This movie isn't just for WWII war fanatics alone. It a good movie about people working together under an unbelievable amount of stress.
Calustrophobia abounds!
Following an inexperienced German U-boat crew and their veteran commander during a tour of duty in the North Atlantic, Das Boot is a remarkable film about both submarine warfare and the Second World War. It does an unparalleled job of capturing the closeness of warfare under water, cramping both the actors and the camera into spaces that induce claustrophobia. This closeness does an excellent job of heightening the tension, which is a difficult thing to maintain in a movie of this nature.

Indeed the majority of the movie is concerned with the anxious waiting that the crew undergoes as they stalk the ocean for their prey. The day in and day out of waiting for the order to strike occupies a great deal of the film and though this might have been tedious in a lesser film, it is well handled through a combination of great acting and good writing. Through the pen of the naval journalist that accompanies the crew and through the visual description of the day to day life aboard the submarine the audience cannot help but join the crew in hoping for that final release of tension that comes with action.

Action does find the crew, taking them from victory to defeat quite rapidly. One of the most masterful sections of the film though comes when the boat becomes stuck on the bottom of the straits of Gibraltar. These scenes drip with the feelings of heavy, moist, over recycled air, and are shot through with the feeling of a desperately calm urgency, with so many of the boat's systems to repair and so little that most of the men can do to save themselves. What is captured could be described as a situation of great horror, undeniably trapped and beyond all hope of escape.

The film has an extremely powerful ending, with triumph turned tragedy in a brief, crowded moment. The joy of a return home is transformed into the sorrow of death in a statement to the ephemeral nature of victory, one that seems to be shot through the film.

The film seems to send a message about a war without politics, that while the reasons for a war may be intensely political, its execution is in the end a personal one. The film is intensely fair in its portrayal of German sailors, showing that not every German fighting man in the time was a Nazi. Even the ideological young lieutenant is portrayed as being more Naïve than anything else, avoiding the cliché of a ravening, two-dimensional Nazi, or even a world-blind fanatic.

Das Boot may be one of the finest war films ever made. It captures the feeling of its subject admirably, the claustrophobia and waiting of submarine warfare, the mixed joys of victory and defeat, and a sympathetic view towards all sides, something that can be difficult to attain in war films. A great film in general, with a powerful message, good cinematography, and fantastic acting.
Where great story telling meets realism!
My two uncles where submariners in the 2nd WW. Both survived, and I had the opportunity to meet the one that was a commander. Although he would not talk much about his experiences, I was able to extract from him his opinion of the TV Mini-Series when it came out. With the exception of the noise levels that crew members made in the movie (for drama purposes) he told me that it was a very faithful depiction of the life and hardships a submariner lived on a U-Boot.

I personally have always admired the film because it depicts war without glorifying any of the participants. You are not guided by the director or the plot to identify with any particular character - you can actually relate to many of them, and therefor immerse yourself in the claustrophobic experience they live.

Its an excellent piece of film making that combines drama and action into a very powerful anti-war message. Although I personally prefer the original mini-series, the directors cut with its remastered sound is also a great experience.
Why can't we be friends?!
This movie makes you realize that we are all human and wars are wrong. I never thought I'd say "poor Nazis, poor men". Watching the movie I found myself sympathizing the crew and wishing that they succeed. We all know (or most of us) that what the Nazis did was wrong and since the nazi regime established in Germany, all the movies were about killing the Nazis. I am glad I've seen this movie that is kind of.. from the nazi soldiers point of view but made in the American hero way. We are human and by definition we make mistakes, we hurt nature, we hurt the animals and we hurt each other. Before we hate someone we should think twice. For all the SF fans who may read this I recommend "Enemy Mine" (1985), it's the same message and also a great movie.
An essay in suspense
Adapted from a mini-series, Das Boot ranks not just as one of the best war films, but one of the best suspense films of all time.

Apart from some scene-setting at the start, Director Wolfgang Peterson centres all the action on the U-boat itself. The crew are cut off, with only the pings of sonar and the creaks from the hull to connect them to the outside world. They are trapped in a cramped, claustrophobic tube, a million miles from the cavernous interiors normally portrayed in submarine films. This is a submarine where people sleep 2 to a cot; where supplies litter the interior; where water sluices across the floor; where the sweat and fear is palpable.

The crew are portrayed as professionals doing a job. These are not Nazi zealots, but cynical and hardened to their job. In one telling scene, the U-boat retreats from a recently torpedoed convoy, dooming its crew to certain death. Jurgen Prochnow's restrained performance shows that he has no choice, and that this choice is not a happy one. The only Nazi zealot amongst the crew (an SS intelligence officer and ex-Hitler Youth leader) is soon subdued and eventually proves his worth. (The other officers tease him by singing along to Allied crowd-pleasers like "A long way to Tipperary").

The photography is superb, with a steadicam ranging up and down the sub in a way that conveys just how small and cramped it is.

There are some standout set-pieces, where the submarine is under depth-charge attack from British destroyers. These rank as some of the most suspenseful sequences every committed to film - expertly acted, edited, and with breath-taking sound design. You will share in the crew's horror as the U-boat plummets to the bottom, with rivets popping and engines dead.

The film spends a remarkable amount of time on character development. The clean-cut crew soon become haggard and tense; one key character snaps and derelicts his duty, risking court-martial; there is a sense of what each crew member has lost in the war. There is a jarring sequence where the U-boat sneaks into a neutral port to resupply from a German merchant vessel, and these gaunt and dirty ghosts are invited to a feast; their contempt for the self-satisfied merchant officers is palpable.

There are few weaknesses. The visual effects don't match up to the rest of the production and are occasionally distracting. The ending is abrupt and rather shocking.

Not just a must-see, but a film that bears repeated viewings.
Stunning......beyond belief
Ten out of ten does not describe this film, it is more like fifteen out of ten. If you haven't seen this movie, you must! I saw it a few years ago, and the whole thing completely blew me away. The film is about a German reporter who travels on board a Nazi U-Boat to live with the German crew for a few months. (Note: The Film was filmed in German; watch it in German with subtitles. Its so much better and more realistic.) The sub is cramped, and the crew endures multiple hardships and problems as they travel through the seas during WWII. You are brought in to see the war from their point of view, you're not seeing it from the English, not from the US, you see it as a Nazi, which is quite an accomplishment for a film because the Nazis are nowadays normally frowned upon and disliked. You become attached to the crew, and you can almost feel the poor conditions of the sub as you watch. And then there's the end, which you make you run out of your living room screaming. Yes, it's that good. And I'm surprised that this film isn't as talked about as much or receives as much attention as other big films do such as Titanic. And in my opinion, it's far better. Now go to your movie store, or your Blockbuster, and get it, and watch it. You won't be disappointed.
How Can?
This is quite possibly the greatest depiction of any period piece. You are immediately taken into the lives of those young men serving on this submarine and you live their lives, literally.

How can anyone who gave 'Titanic' a big score possibly rate that abhorrence higher than this masterpiece?

Yes, the ending is truly poignant. Yes, the recreation of a World War II submarine is amazing. Watch the Director's Cut with surround sound and you will really believe you are on that sub.

Peter Jackson might have taken us slightly into Middle Earth, but Wolfgang Petersen totally immerses us into submarine warfare of the past.

As has already been said, this film is a perfect 10.
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