1. Learn the names of the five ancestors of electronic music.
2. From the first mouth to hear what prompted Ricardo Villalobos, Roman Flugel, Sonja Moonear, Ata and Move D to develop in the direction of techno.
3. Feel yourself on the same wavelength as the author of the film.
In the cinema "Ukraine" will be a screening of a new documentary "When I think about Germany at night."
Its author Romuald Karmakar tells about the five pioneers in the genre of electronic music. These are musicians, whose work has turned into something more and became the meaning of life.
The first minutes of the film show us the world of consoles and amplifiers, cables and keyboards. Musical equipment forms a kind of still life, filling the studio of Ricardo Vilalobos.
You will find out why - Germany. And what emotions fill the soul when you play the set in Paris, just survived the attack on the editorial office of the newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Techno, why this direction?
Romuald Karmakar has no purpose to present to the viewer a well-tailored historical overview. His characters speak for themselves. They have something to tell: 25 years - not a joke. During this time, techno has become something more complicated than just music. And Ricardo Villalobos, Roman Flugel, Sonja Moonear, Ata and Move D turned into deserved representatives of the genre. They will tell you why they chose techno and how they won their place under the sun in the background of the club scene.
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