History Film / DasBoot

17th Apr '16 12:39:13 PM Faberlich
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* AllForNothing: [[spoiler:After all they've suffered and survived through the entire film, most of the crew die or get injured suddenly in an air raid the moment they get back home.]]

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* AllForNothing: [[spoiler:After all they've suffered and survived through the entire film, most of the crew die or get injured suddenly in an air raid the moment they get make it back home.]]to their base]].
17th Apr '16 12:38:35 PM Faberlich
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The film is [[http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/jun/25/das-boot-german-studio-remake-underwater-thriller-wolfgang-peterson currently being remade by]] Bavaria Studios, who made the original.

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The film There is [[http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/jun/25/das-boot-german-studio-remake-underwater-thriller-wolfgang-peterson currently being remade by]] a remake project]] by Bavaria Studios, who made the original.
31st Mar '16 8:35:28 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:300:Alaaaaarm!!!]]
7th Mar '16 2:08:44 PM LtFedora
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* GoingDownWithTheShip: At the end, [[spoiler: after watching the boat sink at the dock, the Captain collapses.]]



* Leitmotif: Both the Das Boot Theme and the ''Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch'' when the boat arrives to La Rochelle.

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* Leitmotif: {{Leitmotif}}: Both the Das Boot Theme and the ''Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch'' when the boat arrives to La Rochelle.


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* SoldiersAtTheRear: The crew of the merchant ship ''Weser'', which resupplies U-Boats, have clearly not been through the worst of the war.
21st Feb '16 6:08:04 PM LtFedora
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* ReCut: Several. ''Das Boot'' was 150 minutes long for its original theatrical release in 1981, then expanded into a five-hour MiniSeries on British and German television a few years later. In 1997 Wolfgang Petersen made a new Director's Cut edit for a theatrical reissue, which clocks in at just under 210 minutes. Both the miniseries and 1997 versions have been released on DVD.

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* ReCut: Several. ''Das Boot'' was 150 minutes long for its original theatrical release in 1981, then expanded into a five-hour MiniSeries on British and German television a few years later. In 1997 Wolfgang Petersen made a new Director's Cut edit for a theatrical reissue, which clocks in at just under 210 minutes. Both the miniseries and 1997 versions have been released on DVD.DVD, with the original theatrical cut being included on the bluray.
31st Jan '16 3:36:51 PM jormis29
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* TheDarkestHour: All hope seems lost when U-96 has sunken to the floor of the strait of Gibraltar, the bow plane is jammed, hull breach is imminent, water is rushing in uncontrollably and battery cells are cracked.

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* TheDarkestHour: DarkestHour: All hope seems lost when U-96 has sunken to the floor of the strait of Gibraltar, the bow plane is jammed, hull breach is imminent, water is rushing in uncontrollably and battery cells are cracked.
31st Jan '16 3:12:05 PM 69BookWorM69
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* FeedbackRule: A downplayed example in the beginning of the film, where a German soldier comes on stage at a bar and tests the mic which produces a slight feedback.
28th Jan '16 2:43:44 PM Grudgeal
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* BloodFromTheMouth: Happens to the Captain in the final moments of the film. In the novel, it is explained that he has shrapnel wounds through his back.

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* BloodFromTheMouth: Happens to the Captain in [[spoiler:in the final moments of the film.film]]. In the novel, it is explained that he has shrapnel wounds through his back.



%%* ShootTheShaggyDog: see AllForNothing.



* SittingDuck: The U-boat survives every attempt to sink it, until it reaches harbour at the end of the movie, only to get sunk by an Allied air raid where it cannot dive to safety.

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* SittingDuck: The U-boat survives every attempt to sink it, until [[spoiler:until it reaches harbour at the end of the movie, only to get sunk by an Allied air raid where it cannot dive to safety. safety.]]



* SuicideMission: The U-Boat is supposed to get to Italy via the Strait of Gibraltar, one of the most heavily defended Allied naval zones in the world.
* TheStoic: The 1WO is all about this in the initial stages of the film, being new to the war effort and a dedicated Nazi. He remains immaculately dressed and clean shaven for most of the film while the rest of the crew all become steadily filthier and more bedraggled with every scene. It is only in the latter stages of the film when even he cannot keep ontop of it all and slowly becomes disheveled and unshaven too by the end of the film.

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* SuicideMission: The U-Boat is supposed to get to Italy via the Strait of Gibraltar, one of the most heavily defended Allied naval zones in the world.
world. While it's not intended as a suicide mission the crew treat it as such.
* TheStoic: The 1WO is all about this in the initial stages of the film, being new to the war effort and a dedicated Nazi. He remains immaculately dressed and clean shaven for most of the film while the rest of the crew all become steadily filthier and more bedraggled with every scene. It is only in the latter stages of the film when even he cannot keep ontop on top of it all and slowly becomes disheveled and unshaven too by the end of the film.
27th Jan '16 6:19:58 AM m0eb1us
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* TheDarkestHour: All hope seems lost when U-96 has sunken to the floor of the strait of Gibraltar, the bow plane is jammed, hull breach is immanent, water is rushing in uncontrollably and battery cells are cracked.

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* TheDarkestHour: All hope seems lost when U-96 has sunken to the floor of the strait of Gibraltar, the bow plane is jammed, hull breach is immanent, imminent, water is rushing in uncontrollably and battery cells are cracked.
20th Jan '16 10:38:03 PM SantosLHalper
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* AnachronismStew: While the song itself is old enough, the recording of "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" used in the film is sung by the Red Army Choir and post-dates the war over a decade.

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* AnachronismStew: While the song itself is old enough, the recording of "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" used in the film is sung by the Red Army Choir and post-dates the war by over a decade.
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