Putting a concert by the band Rammstein on film is a profoundly difficult task. To capture the huge sound, the gamut of visual impressions, the minute details and grand gestures so that cinema viewers can acquire sense of experiencing Rammstein live: To do this, one needs to convey a sense of intimate proximity to what is transpiring on stage. Second, one needs to capture what the experience looks like from the perspective of an audience member in such a huge crowd. And third, one needs to communicate the excitement of being there - not to mention that the music needs to sound insanely good. Rammstein: Paris sets a new standard for concert films. During the "Made in Germany" tour, the celebrated Swedish director, Jonas kerlund, filmed two acclaimed Rammstein concerts in March 2012 - each for an audience of 17,000 at the Bercy Arena in Paris. The resulting film (with 16 songs from the entire repertoire) is not just the most spectacular cinematic document to date about the band, currently the biggest rock act in Germany. It is a masterpiece of music cinema that captures the energy of Rammstein in a unique visual and sonic experience.