A Year With Armin van BuurenHD
Max Maloney & Oscar Verpoort
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About the Movie
An ordinary person living an extraordinary life. Armin van Buuren, voted the most popular DJ in the world four years in a row, lives the life that most of us can only dream of. With a relentless passion for music, the born perfectionist strives to stay at the top, while dealing with the daily pressure that comes along with it. This documentary will take you all the way from personal moments at home to the heat of the moment as 100,000 clubbers await their hero. Giving you a closer look at the person behind the Dutch DJ by taking one year out of his roaring life. And a special year it was... A YEAR WITH ARMIN VAN BUUREN is not another behind the scenes documentary. It’s Armin van Buuren, in person.
Your an inspiration. I have been listening to your music since 2003. I think when it comes to Trance, you are a legend. I'd like to thank you and others who started this Trance era, which have inspired a new generation of young people who love this music as passionate as ours. I think the title of number one DJ is not enough, considering the actual production of Trance music. Hence, the title should be "# 1 Producer & DJ In The World". Again, thank you and others in the Trance family! Yo have inspired me, and I hope I can one day produce and DJ in front of the masses as well.
Mandatory viewing if you're a fan of trance music; not just AvB.
I've been listening to electronic music now, specifically trance since the early 2000's, but to be honest, been all but ignorant of this mastermind until only very recently. To be honest it's all I really listen to at this point, it has an effect that can't be duplicated by other genres of music. Watching this documentary has established a newfound respect for the wizardry thats manifest within sound when he creates music, and I'm sure it will stir the same emotions within you when you watch.
God bless Armin; never stop practicing and perfecting your craft.
He seems like a nice guy, Armin.
I don't think there is really any substance at all in this documentary. Armin seems like a nice guy, but you don't really learn anything too much about him. Very dissatisfying documentary and a waste of time.