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A typical Wim Wenders movie from the seventies,
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Wrong Move is a typical Wim Wenders movie from the seventies, with his alter ego Rudiger Vogler as star actor and young Natascha Kinski and Hannah Schygulla as actresses. It is a more philosophical picture than his other movies from this period (Alice in the Cities, Kings of the Road), which are more realistic road movies in modern Germany. Wrong Move a philisophical touche because of the philosophical dialogues, which fill the greatest part of the film. The feeling of the movies is a kind of sadness: a young writer tries to find a goal in his life and he tries to discuss his thougths with his travelling companions, but he does not succeed in finding a satisfying place in modern Germany. The film contains beautiful shots of the German landscape, especially alongside the Rhine, while the actors travel by train or car, or walk alongside the river.
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Initial post: 6 Jul 2010 05:21:01 BDT
Carl S. Lau says:
Is this dvd widescreen and letterboxed or is it 4:3?
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