Cologne 1475: the city becomes a de jure free imperial city. What was life like back then? How must one imagine life in the largest city in the German-speaking world at that time, with around 40000 inhabitants? This documentary illustrates everyday life at that time. Elaborate animations help to better understand and classify life at that time.
|Cathedral building||Old Town Alley|
|Groß St. Martin||Severinstor|
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|City guard||Play Scene|
The almost 1 hour long film on USB stick for TV and computer is available at TimeRide VR at Alter Markt in Cologne or can be ordered directly here for the price of 16,95 Euro plus 3,00 Euro packing and shipping. To do so, please send us an e-mail to: email@example.com and include your name and address here. You can order the film by prepayment (bank details will be sent to you) or by cash on delivery (plus 4,40 Euro cash on delivery fee of Deutsche Post).
A film by Jens F. Walther
First Unit Directors: Jens F. Walther
Second Unit Director: Frank Schnütgen
Second Unit Director: Helmut H. F. Walther
Casting: Katja von Berg
Music: Epikur II
Text: Petra Moos