UNLIKE U TRAINWRITING IN BERLIN FULL MOVIE

They try to take defaced trains out of operation as soon as possible to deny the sprayers the satisfaction of seeing their work or increasing their fame amongst their peers. Back then, they would swoop down on trains as they arrived in the station and tag them as quickly as possible before they pulled out again. There are currently well over artists decorating Berlin’s subway trains. The film explores the dangerous lengths to which members of the trainwriting world go in pursuing their passion for painting the city’s subways. Meet the trainwriters, graffiti artists who spray Berlin’s subways on a nightly basis. Why do they do it? They work fast and the nervous energy is palpable — as is the sense of peril.

They monitor the ringleaders and mete out punishment ranging from fines to prison time when they are able to catch the elusive sprayers. Then a shadowy figure appears. The characters are alive The dark subway station seems deserted at first. The film has been seven years in the making. Die Homepage wurde aktualisiert. And to answer what turns out to be the central question of the film: Or, as the promotional material poses the question:

A large sign in the cinema foyer read: He is no stranger to street culture in the city, having made acclaimed hip-hop documentary “Rap City Berlin” in Graffiti in Berlin began to flourish once the Wall came down inand quickly sought to emulate the scene in New York, celebrated by the hip-hop movies “Beat Street” and bdrlin. Indeed, everyone owning fulk spray can or marker seemed to be on hand for the premiere last week.

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They work fast and the nervous energy is palpable — as is the sense of peril. But all of them are obsessed with trainwriting. According to a leading spray paint supplier, the Berlin graffiti scene is tops in Europe, and that only Paris comes close.

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The film has been seven years in the making. But just as suddenly as they appeared, they are gone, leaving a dramatically transformed subway car as their calling card. The film explores the dangerous lengths to which members of the trainwriting world go in pursuing their passion for painting the city’s subways. It is, the film makes clear, no niche movement.

And it has become much riskier. Nowadays, the trainwriters almost seem like guardians of Berlin’s rebellious edge at a time when the city is frequently accused of becoming too sanitized.

Far from a glorification of the pastime, it offers instead a definitive exploration of this shady, impenetrable club using footage ynlike the sprayers at work and interviews with key figures, both active and retired.

The State Office of Criminal Investigation in Berlin has a special strong task force solely dedicated to catching the train writers. If apprehended, most would be released just an hour or two later. Berlin, many in the city are convinced, has become hopelessly gentrified.

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The characters are alive It is this obsession that is the subject of a new documentary called “Unlike U”, which premiered this month in Berlin. The challenge for the directors was to provide a truly in-depth look into an extremely secretive mkvie paranoid underground group.

The dark subway station seems deserted at first.

Why do they do it? They monitor the ringleaders and mete out punishment ranging from fines to prison time when they are able to catch the elusive sprayers. There are currently well betlin artists decorating Berlin’s subway trains. They try to take defaced trains out of operation as soon as possible to deny the sprayers the satisfaction of seeing their work or increasing their fame amongst their peers.

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The answers given by the writers themselves are varied and passionate. Some of them have been on the scene since the s and some beelin new. It is a tightly knit group, and they are as responsible for the German capital’s gritty image as any of the numerous taggers who have shaped the face of the city over the years. Beglin the trainwriters, graffiti artists who spray Berlin’s subways on a nightly basis.

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And to answer what turns out to be the central question of the film: Die Homepage wurde aktualisiert. If anything, says Regel, yrainwriting has become more varied.

Then a shadowy figure appears. Before long, the platform is swarming with hooded figures wielding paint rollers and spray cans. Or, as the promotional material poses the question: Back then, they would swoop down on trains as they arrived in the station and tag them ttainwriting quickly as possible before they pulled out again. Another masked sprayer says: Yet despite sure signs of gentrification in the German capital — like the legions of strollers which have taken over once grungy neighborhoods like Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain — the movie makes it clear that the graffiti scene is in no way dying out.