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The Best Show In The History Of Television
stormbringer_12319 February 2007
The "Show without a Name" is the best thing ever on TV, but you need to speak German fluently to understand it, and best be from Austria. (But even then you won't entirely understand it in all aspects, unless you watch each episode several times and perhaps do some research after watching.)

I will not go into the details of the show as those who are interested in it should know anyway, and people outside of Austria will hardly (most probably not at all) get a chance to see it.

10/10

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Best & most progressive show from Austria
maxi1323 November 2015
The "Show without a Name" is such a progressive TV-Show that it doesn't even fit in any existing genre. It's a fancy mixture of documentary, news, philosophy, weekly column, youth show, music show and so on. A narrator is talking about what he is thinking at the moment, what he experienced in private life, comments on political actualities or is talking about facts nobody knows. In the most episodes there are at least 1 music band or a famous person which got interviewed. The whole show is a huge stream of chains of associations, not just in the spoken words, but also visually. the pictures are sometimes underlining the words, but sometimes even build a 2nd chain of associations, though the words and the pictures never loose their contact completely. Beside spoken words and pictures there are often also written sentences shown, which are really often built a 3rd and separate information line. The flow of pictures and words is extraordinary fast, so there is a good chance that you don't get all the jokes and interesting thoughts with the first sight. if you are not fluently in German, don't even try to understand whats going on - you have unfortunately no chance to understand it (not just because of the language, but also because a lot of these people which are presented in the pictures are just well known in Austria and you will miss some jokes because of it). people from Germany could give it a try, cause the austrian narrator isn't speaking in dialect. target-audience: students, philosophy students, alternative youth culture, independent music audience, young adults, ...
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