Dusseldorf Film Museum, Dusseldorf
(3.3/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • the Museum will need 40 minutes: the Museum is not very big but interesting. In addition to short stories, exhibits and photos will be able to view "as it was before"-movies or cartoons. very interesting, I advise everyone to visit! children will also be very curious. taking pictures is prohibited. the last hour of the Museum-free.
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  • I'm not a big fan of museums and actually I went Museum only in the movie, because I was terribly cold. But... Were completely exceeded my expectations because I Duseldorf now not great as a film city in memory. What about treasures is exhibited, is really the hit. From original paper cuttings of the first moving film about magnificent costumes, collectibles from the 60s and old equipment, and cameras... I was completely thrilled and spent much more time than planned. 2 you can spend hours there really easily, if you are interested in a little film and film history, because many techniques are explained very clearly. Some can stand to even minutes before the cases and discovered are still something new. A must-see, if one has a little something for film and cinema. The entrance fee of $5 is really a bargain. Be sure.
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  • One thing I have to tell you right away - make sure you have at least 3 hours to spend absorbing each item in the exhibition. In the world where Hollywood shadows other countries cinema, it was really...  more »