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Los Edukadores [DVD]

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Jan, Peter y Jule, tres jóvenes molestos con la sociedad y sus desigualdades sueñan con cambiar el mundo. Ellos son "Los edukadores". Por la noche entran en las casas de los burgueses y, en vez de robar, perturban su ordenada vida y desestabilizan su confort material mediante actos no violentos. Pero las cosas se complican cuando Jule, enamorada de los dos chicos, les implica accidentalmente en un secuestro...

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Two Stars 18 de junio de 2016
Por P.L. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Decent. I had to watch it for class. Wouldn't watch it again.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 16 de julio de 2016
Por Karl Stoecker - Publicado en Amazon.com
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First rate.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Your days of plenty are numbered.... 23 de diciembre de 2005
Por A. Hahn - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Jan and Peter are two best friends who try to change the world by screwing with the minds of the wealthy. When the rich go on vacation, these two boys break into their homes and move stuff around. However, when Peter's girlfriend gets into the act for revenge, everythings goes horribly wrong and friendships begin to crack. Even though there is obviously some deeper meaning to this film, it is still interesting enough to keep viewers engaged. The acting is excellent, especially with Daniel Bruehl from 'Good-bye, Lenin!' as Jan. A must-see for everyone, whether you speak German or not.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome Movie 27 de junio de 2009
Por S. Wakoli - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a great movie. Even if your not into subtitles. The speed of having it delivered was good also.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An original form of protest 9 de febrero de 2006
Por Lleu Christopher - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The Edukators is a very interesting German film, directed by Hans Weingartner, about three young radicals whose ideals are put to the test. We at first observe them taking part in fairly commonplace demonstrations against global trade. These are people, however, who are determined to take things beyond the level of protest. Jan and Peter are friends who break into the homes of affluent people and, instead of stealing anything, simply rearrange the furniture and other items. They leave a calling card with the message, "Your days of plenty are numbered," and sign it "The Edukators." The premise is in itself fascinating and leads to some humorous scenes as well as provoking thought. The humor comes from seeing the absurd relocation of objects, such as putting a stereo in the refrigerator. This is, rather than conventional vandalism, a kind of performance art, meant to create uneasiness and self-examination on the part of the victims.

While Peter is out of town, his girlfriend Jule and Jan spend time together and become attracted to each other. After Jan introduces Jule to the Edukators' tactics, Jule convinces him to help her "visit" the home of a businessman to whom she owes a large sum of money following a car accident. The man catches them and they end up kidnapping him, bringing Peter into the action. The rest of the film follows the three friends as they decide what to do with their victim and debate politics with him. Some of these discussions are interesting, though they inevitably follow a predictable course ("you are a parasite living off the poor" vs. "I have a right to what I earned," to paraphrase). The businessman, however, moves from arguing with his captors to sympathizing with them, explaining that he was once a radical himself. Is this for real or merely a ploy to gain their trust? The romantic triangle further escalates the tension.

I liked the intellectual content of The Edukators; it reminds us of how few films today deal sympathetically with characters who are not only outside the system, but actively oppose it. Even better, the movie does not simply romanticize the radicals and demonize the businessman. It actually raises more questions than it answers, which is probably a good thing. It is not a perfect film; some of the situations seem a bit contrived (e.g. one of them is an expert at deactivating burglar alarms because he used to work for a security company). The ending is more of a clever punchline than a serious resolution of matters. Still, it is very engaging and well-acted and puts a new face on the old dilemma of participating in vs. fighting mainstream society.

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