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Koyaanisqatsi, Documentary, 1982 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Koyaanisqatsi - Prophezeiung (Germany)
  • Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance (USA)

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Alexander DE

2006-04-22 22:12

Some more cars: ;)

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Alexander DE

2006-04-22 22:14

And some images for the lovers of aerodynes: :)

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sixcyl FR

2006-04-22 23:56

Alexander wrote And some images for the lovers of aerodynes: :)

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There is a Boeing 747, a Northrop F5 (not 100% sure) a Crusader... the fourth, I don't know :)

mm CH

2006-04-23 00:08

Northrop, but a T-38 Talon. Not a F-5 Tigershark. The huge brown back belongs to a Rockwell B-1B.

Jnelson09 US

2007-07-24 20:25


J-2 ES

2007-10-27 17:10

I love this triology...only remains the cars from Naqoyqatsi!

rtsbusman1997 US

2011-12-17 18:06

Jnelson09 wrote 1982.

Correct. IMDB says 1982, not 1983.


2015-10-02 20:51

The full list of aircraft at : http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Koyaanisqatsi

Reg1992 US

2016-07-21 12:48

I wonder if any of the people in this movie ever realized that they were in the movie, some years later...

Reg1992 US

2017-05-10 08:45

Watched this movie again today and noticed there were a few more cars that are not listed here that could be added. Will get to it soon, maybe even upgrade to HD.

Reg1992 US

2017-05-20 08:20

Upgrade to HD complete, new pics added as well.

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Ad for a 1981 Toyota Starlet visible on wall "A Starlet is born"
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Commercial featuring 1980 Buick Skylark and Regal seen on TV
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-- Last edit: 2019-08-11 18:55:42 (kegare)

Reg1992 US

2017-10-28 07:17

^ Added a few missing thumbnails. If someone feels they're worth adding, then go right ahead. :)

-- Last edit: 2017-10-28 07:18:20

antp BE

2018-07-22 13:05

There a little many background vehicles for a documentary
It is ok to have some background vehicles for older ones, but not really useful to list all like in a movie

MatthewPaanoTorres US

2024-04-12 18:44

Automotive enthusiast-related conversations aside, this film is one of those only films that actually made me cry. The sequences that made me cry the most were Pruitt Igoe, The Grid, and Prophecies.

Pruitt-Igoe made me cry the most due to the fascination behind how such a beautiful and geometrically complex 1950s structure to solve the problems of suburbanization had also made its own demise of evil from crime, vandalization, and overall criticism from the general public. It always saddens me to see such once beautiful structures be destroyed, which have created thousands of bad, neutral, and good memories, and experiences, and invited new people to rebuild the history of it without knowing it.

The Grid made me cry as well because of how beautiful and horrifying we look in sped-up footage, as we look like scurrying little ants racing into the idea and philosophy of death repeating the same cycle of an endless/mindless life of working the same horrible job (or good to great job, it just depends on it) along with the fact it shows how far humans have ever gotten in the 1980s and how colorful, vibrant, and beautiful (or depressing and unsaturated) it was back then during that time.

Prophecies gave me a sense of existentialism and doubt of how good the past was or how really trustworthy the technology and stuff of the times back then really were and how much they helped and influenced our behaviors/brains. The rocket scene made me cry since to me, it represents the psychological emotions/behaviors of the average human, it is too much detail to explain, so I will shorten it: Going up into the sky represents our innocent childhood and a new pathway for maturity, the top part in which it is shown going sideways represents the best part of a human's life and when they are the most happy due to the amount of knowledge they have on things, and the explosion and going down represents the decline of the human being throughout life.

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