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Year : 2017 Director : Fredrik Horn Akselsen and Christian Falch Running Time : 83 minutes Genre : ,
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Blackhearts is documentary exploration into a musical genre that also addresses the rights of individuals to express themselves freely without persecution. 

From Fredrik Horn Akselsen and Christian Falch (the people who brought you Two Raging Grannies and The Exorcist in the 21st Century)comes “A wry look at the enduring yet precarious power of myth” – Metalhammer

The hard-rock subgenre gained worldwide notoriety because of its links to Satanism, church burnings and murders 25 years ago in Norway. Now we follow Sina from Iran, Hector from Colombia and Kaiadas from Greece on their journey to Norway – the mecca of the music that has formed their lives and caused them to risk it all.

Unfiltered, BLACKHEARTS unveils the imagery and myths that surround Black Metal while exploring lives of dedication, ambition, high expectations and great music.

“If you ever developed a curiosity about what true black metal means, the documentary film “Blackhearts” is a very good, surprisingly humanistic examination. (9 out of 10)” – Blabbermouth

“Blackhearts is definitely to be recommended” – Grimm

Special features included are extensive:

  • White Metal Ministry: Short documentary on Christian black metal
  • Satanic Ritual in Colombia: Nearly 30 min extended scenes
  • He Fought with a Bear and Lost: Interview with Nocturno Culto of Darkthrone
  • It’s About Looking Good on Stage: Interview with Obsidian C of Keep Of Kalessin / ex-Satyricon
  • Music Videos include From The Vastland “Blackhearts” and Khonsu “Visions Of Nehaya

DVD copies are available on Amazon. Order yours today: http://amzn.to/2iNHzMy. Available stream or download as well at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2mfpQRX

Public Performance and Digital Site Licenses are available through Soundview Media Partners.


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