I AM Hardwell - Living the DreamHD
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About the Movie
Thousands of people are waiting in the dark. Behind his DJ booth Robbert van de Corput is checking his tracklist one more time. As he stands the stage lights up. He spreads his arms, lasers make their way through the stadium and the first track thrills the delirious audience. He is DJ Hardwell: chosen as #1 DJ in the world in 2013. He kicks off his first concert of the I AM Hardwell tour in Amsterdam, but fame travels faster than he can. Bookings are added, venues become bigger and shows are sold out sooner. The pressure is rising and Hardwell wants to prove he is worthy of his #1 position. This results in an extraordinary journey, on stage as well as off stage, as he visits 34 cities. The highlight is the sold out concert at Madison Square Garden in New York. Experience Hardwell even closer, personal and more spectacular than ever before! The documentary ‘I AM HARDWELL’, in which the then 25 years old DJ/producer was followed during his journey from upcoming talent to #1 DJ in the world, gave us an intriguing glimpse of Hardwell’s life. His all-encompassing motto ‘If you can dream it, you can do it’, is about the childhood dream of the once 16 years old Robbert van de Corput, to become the world’s best DJ one day. The documentary “Living the Dream”, defines how the life of the now 27 years old talent was turned upside down, since he was elected the #1 DJ in the world, both in 2013 and 2014. We follow Hardwell for 14 months, from his coronation as the #1 Dj in the world, to his legendary show at Madison Square Garden in New York.
HARDWELL FOREVER! #1!
#1 in my heart
His music just puts me in such a good mood and it makes me so happy that he’s worked so hard for his music. He puts his all into every show. Its a dream of mine to see him live, hopefully soon.💗 #GOHARDWELLORGOHOME
AWESOME (be warned-a few bad words)
This movie was amazing. I loved it. But be warned-this movie shouldn't be rated G. There are several bad words throughout the documentary. Overall, it definitely deserves five stars. But be careful with who you're watching with.