Available March 28th, 2023 in North America As a 2-Disc Limited Collector’s Edition Mediabook
AVAILABLE MARCH 28TH, 2023
IN NORTH AMERICA
AS A 2-DISC LIMITED COLLECTOR’S
(UHD-Blu-ray + Blu-ray)
Directed by: Edward Berger
Cast: Felix Kammerer, Albrecht Schuch, Aaron Hilmer, Moritz Klaus, Edin Hasanovic, Adrian Grünewald, Thibault De Montalembert, Devid Striesow, Daniel Brühl
Producers: Malte Grunert, Daniel Dreifuss, Edward Berger
Executive Producers: Daniel Brühl, Thorsten Schumacher, Lesley Paterson, Ian Stokell
Written by: Edward Berger, Lesley Paterson, Ian Stokell
Based on the Novel by Erich Maria Remarque
Click here for the Trailer with English Subtitles
9 Oscar® nominations and 7 BAFTA wins: All Quiet On The Western Front will be released as a high-quality home theater edition! On March 28th, capelight pictures in collaboration with Netflix will release Edward Berger’s masterpiece as a 2-disc Limited Collector’s Edition in a mediabook format with the film in 4K Ultra HD on UHD Blu-ray and in HD on Blu-ray in North America.
The 4K UHD features the original German audio (with English subtitles) in Dolby Atmos audio of the original and 4K Dolby Vision image for the perfect picture and sound quality. The mediabook packaging comes with a 24 page booklet that includes “SHARING THE GERMAN PERSPECTIVE“ — a conversation with director Edward Berger and “A MACHINE OF DEATH UNLIKE ANY EXPERIENCED BEFORE” — an interview with historian and professor Daniel Schönpflug on the historical background of All Quiet On The Western Front.
The Netflix film recently made history: For the first time ever, a production from Germany has been nominated for an Oscar® in the most important category, Best Picture. In addition, Edward Berger’s film was nominated in eight other Oscar® categories, including Best International Film, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography
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All Quiet On The Western Front tells the poignant story of a young German soldier on the Western Front during World War I.
Spring 1917. 17-year-old Paul Bäumer (Felix Kammerer) and his friends are extremely eager to go to war, to beat the French soundly and march to Paris victorious. This is how the boys imagine it. This is the war they are promised by their principal in a rousing speech. With jubilation, fanfare and song, the “youth of iron” marches off – for Emperor, God and Fatherland.
The enthusiasm, however, does not last long. When they arrive at the Western Front after days of marching. It’s pouring rain. The trenches are filling up and fast becoming a swamp. But the French do not wait to attack. Flares rise up, brightening no-man’s land with a surreal beauty. Until all hell breaks loose again and the French bombard the trenches.
What follows portrays Paul and his comrades’ first-hand experience of how the initial euphoria of war turns into horror, suffering and fear as they desperately fight for their lives in the trenches.
Director Edward Berger (Patrick Melrose, Jack, Deutschland83) put together an impressive ensemble cast. The lead role of Paul Bäumer is played by a newcomer and theater-actor, Felix Kammerer. Albrecht Schuch (Lieber Thomas, Systemsprenger) takes on the role of Stanislaus Katczinsky, who becomes a close confidant to Paul during the war. Fighting alongside them are Edin Hasanovic (Je suis Karl, Skylines) as Tjaden Stackfleet, Aaron Hilmer (Das schönste Mädchen der Welt) as Albert Kropp, Moritz Klaus (Kleine Morde) as Franz Müller and Adrian Grünewald (Sløborn) as Ludwig Behm. Daniel Brühl (The Alienist – Die Einkreisung, Nebenan) strives for a truce as Matthias Erzberger. Devid Striesow (Ich bin dann mal weg) plays General Friedrichs. Other roles are played by Thibault De Montalembert (The Collapse), Anton von Lucke (Große Freiheit) and Andreas Döhler (Die Saat).
The screenplay was written by Edward Berger, Ian Stokell and Lesley Paterson. The film is produced on behalf of Netflix by Malte Grunert (Land of Mine, A Most Wanted Man) together with his company Amusement Park Film, Daniel Dreifuss (Sergio, Guernica) and Edward Berger. Cinematography helmed by James Friend, who previously worked with Edward Berger on Patrick Melrose and Your Honor. Christian M. Goldbeck (Ich und Kaminski) is responsible for the production design, Lisy Christl (John Rabe, Anonymous, A Hidden Life) for the costume. Music is by Volker Bertelmann (Lion).
About Amusement Park Film
Amusement Park Film was founded in 2009 by Malte Grunert and is managed by him and Amelie von Kienlin. Since 2015 Klaus Dohle and Daniel Brühl are partners. Amusement Park is a European company based in Berlin and has been working with renowned international creatives since its founding. Among the award-winning productions were A Most Wanted Man by Anton Corbijn starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as well as the Oscar®-nominated Land of Mine by Martin Zandvliet and The Aftermath with Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgard. The latest production to premiere was Daniel Brühl’s directorial debut Nebenan in competition at the 2021 Berlinale. Among others, a serial adaptation of The Tin Drum and a remake of the French cult classic The Adventurers are in development.
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capelight pictures is a Berlin based international film distribution company. It was founded in 2004 by Stephan Selms and Steffen Gerlach. One focus of capelight pictures is releasing collector’s editions of classic films for home cinema.
In 2019, capelight pictures started releasing foreign films in North America. To date they have released upwards of 30 films including a collector’s edition of Jean Jacques Annaud’s The Lover, the documentary The Secret Life of Trees based on Peter Wohlleben’s New York Times best selling book, as well as South Korea’s blockbuster of 2022, The Roundup.