IDM à Berlin

IDM à Berlin is a short starring Dimitri Baheux, Antoine Boucly, and Elisabeth Creusen. Belgian art video project mixing images and sound in and around Berlin city.

Running Time
10 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Short
Natalia de Mello, Luc Grossen, Julien Poidevin, Jean-Francois Octave
Jean-Francois Octave
Antoine Boucly, Elisabeth Creusen, Thibault Danhaive, Dimitri Baheux
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «IDM à Berlin» (19)

Jane Taylor avatar
Jane Taylor

Belgian art video project mixing images and sound in and around Berlin city.

Bruce Rivera avatar
Bruce Rivera

I loved this movie and I really would love to see a sequel or a show based on this new storyline. The casting for the characters is great and all of the characters portray their characters really well. Thibault Danhaive and Elisabeth Creusen give memorable performances

Adam J. avatar
Adam J.

This was just what I needed to finish out the day. Funny, scary, and somehow a feel-good movie. Take the time to watch this, especially if you have had a bad day.

Mary C. avatar
Mary C.

This movie is wonderful. I enjoyed every minute of it.

Kevin Ferguson avatar
Kevin Ferguson

Great cast, acting and directing. Loved it, very entertaining.

Craig Banks avatar
Craig Banks

This movie Rocks!!!! An ambush of engaging sequences that leaves you satisfied

Lori avatar

I'm sure as hell glad I saw this movie! Definitely surprised me!

Victoria avatar

Thibault Danhaive and Elisabeth Creusen give great performances. The plot is sometimes heartbreaking, but mostly interesting and it's easy to get into and get into the characters on their journey through this movie.

Bruce avatar

I enjoyed everything and every moment. Thibault Danhaive again proves why he's one of the cinema's masters.

Scott avatar

Elisabeth Creusen is an amazing actor. Here he is just too over the top.

Scott avatar

If you're a Jean-Francois Octave fan, which I am, I think you will appreciate this film.