|Die Frankfurt-Tipp Bewertung:|
|Regie:||Marcus H. Rosenmüller|
|Laufzeit:||Approx. 94 min.|
|FSK:||From 0 years|
Hubert Achleitner discovered his love for music early on. And it was clear to him just as early on that he didn't want to be stuck in a drawer. And so in the mid-80s as Hubert von Goisern with the Alpinkatzen he became probably the most important representative of alpine rock. With the song "Koa Hiatamadl", the mixture of traditional folk music and rock even made it into the charts, thus laying the last foundation stone for the career of the studied musician that continues to this day. In the following years von Goisern tried again and again to develop himself musically, to try out new things and to look further and further beyond his own nose. He seldom kept his socio-political views to himself and thus missed out on the reputation of a lateral thinker. But even if some of his songs are known to an audience of millions, very few know anything about the man Hubert von Goisern, about his social commitment and his really exciting, versatile career. Successful director Marcus H. Rosenmüller ("Wer früher stirbt ist länger tot") wants to change this with his first documentary film "Hubert von Goisern - Brenna tuat`s schon lang".
In the film the career of the musician is traced with numerous archive recordings and very detailed interviews. The emotional highlight is certainly the meeting of Goisern with his old music teacher, who recognised the great talent of his pupil early on. But also his first live performance, his visit to the behavioural researcher Jane Goodall in Tanzania, his attempts as an actor or also the end of the time with the Alpinkatzen are treated honestly and in detail. The documentary devotes a lot of time to a very special concert project: the Linz Europe Tour. Over a period of two years von Goisern and his team sailed through Europe to play with local musicians in different cities and to show with the music that we are all somehow the same despite cultural, political or religious differences.
The special thing that Marcus H. Rosenmüller creates with this film is that as a spectator you don't have to be a fan of Hubert von Goisern and don't even need to like his music to be carried away by the person and what he has to tell. Despite some small lengths, "Hubert von Goisern - Brenna tuat`s schon lang" has become a highly interesting and also rousing artist biography, which lives from the very open conversations and the many insights away from the stage. Entertaining, entertaining and therefore also: absolutely worth seeing!
Ein Artikel von Frankfurt-Tipp