Hoping someone suggests a newer but hopefully low on flashiness series here, as it’s quite dated. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Please try again later. I hope you go for season 2. The draw for me were the complexities of the main character, Beat and his charisma lies in his wanting to be loved, loyalty, mixed with the understanding of brutality he learned from the streets. It is available through stream but not in my location. For now I only have one finished subtitle file, which is an English translation of the extended five-minute preview of Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi which is on the Majo no Takkyuubin extras disc. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

Available on Prime Sleeper Cell Season 1. Follows some extreme geeks around for a day, I kinda doubt casual life is this extreme. It seems weird to me that with all the updates and new technology that Amazon is trying oh! The European Secret Service is convinced that the new co-owner of the club belonging to Beat’s best friend Paul is a dangerous man with close ties to the organized crime. Anime News Network has reported it as well “Hosoda Leaves Ghibli” is the title of the article , but it is purely rumor or a translation-caused misunderstanding at this point. I watched it in Deutsche, Arabic and Russian naturally with English subtitles but will watch the whole 7 episodes again dubbed in English to understand the scenes in Arabic and Russian. It really was a roller-coaster of emotions. Beat character grows on you with each episode.

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. EDIT Watched the documentary and thought it was very good. Looks interesting and it must be since you posted twice Added to the queue.

Club promoter Robert Schlag, aka “Beat”, lives a life of excess. I see there was some confusion about that for some. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.


I totally enjoyed the rythm of the movie, the kreativitaet and die prestation der Schauspielern.

Vossberg, however, was able to erase all traces of his criminal actions. I have recently watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi and Quill: This one is damn good: There’s also another filter which removes DVD restrictions on fast-forwarding, menu call, angle changes, etc. Not the greatest documentary, but it was alright. Any more good ones there aren’t about the WWII era? Great to see content from different countries and perspectives on a streaming service in the US.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. It’s enhlish great piece of cinema, but not a great documentary.

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Soko ga shirtai was a long running Japanese documentary series which were re-broadcast in the US I believe with English subtitles. I have done some research online but it seems a bit more difficult than I expected to come up with a decent list so maybe some of you can help me compile such a list. EDIT Happy new year jxpanorama the way. Advertising Register to hide. We know the following for facts: Available on Prime Meal Tickets. The same as captions which never bother methe best series I’ve watched had captions, so I would not let any language or way to tell me a story bother me, when is a good story.

Thanks to Winston Jackson for the news. I’m actually going to watch a little of the original version so I hear their real voices.

The documentary centers on year-old veteran of Japan’s Second World War campaign in New Guinea, Kenzo Okuzakiand follows him around as he searches out those responsible for the unexplained deaths of two soldiers in his old unit. Japanorama with Jonathan Ross is another recent series that shows off the quirky side of Japanese pop culture. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. If you’re interested in Japanese history, there are some courses for Japanese schoolchildern.

So wie Niewoehner gesagt hat – spannendes kollidieren zwischen unsere Welt wo wir taeglich leben UND der Klub – wo man frei sein kann, frei von allen sorgen.


I’m in love with it, I think you will be, too. A US release is in the works.

The episodes are in a way quite “mellow”, and not as noisy as newer Japanese docutainment series tend to be. And how much would an apartment in Tokyo that big cost!? Anyway, it seems weird that the option to watch the original soundtrack isn’t available.

History, politics, technology or whatever, anything will do, I find almost anything Japan-related not boring at all. December 11, 8: I thought it was going to be just the dubbed version I just watched.

Documentaries about Japan

I admit I was threw off by the strip club though, it just didn’t fit in. John Pilger did one about Japan, you can watch it here: I didn’t need that but I suppose we all need to see it.

I watched it in Deutsche, Arabic and Russian naturally with English subtitles but will watch the whole 7 episodes again dubbed in English to understand the scenes in Arabic and Russian.

Watched this weekend and think this is a hidden gem. It is available through stream but not in my location. Danke fuer die entertainment but also for die soul-search and provokation to be reminded not to give up on subtitlws humanity.

Documentaries about Japan

A quick synopsis from wikipedia: I found myself lost and wishing I knew what certain characters were saying. English Choose a language for shopping. Login Register Login Username: I hope people on this forum will be among those who can see through the Hollywood glam when they watch it.