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DVD002777

Wrong Move

Wenders, Wim

Madmen Entertainment, 2008

Title:
Wrong Move
Alternate Title:
Falsche Bewegung; Wrong Movement
Director:
Wenders, Wim
Production Co:
Solaris Film; WDR - Westdeutscher Rundfunk; Peter Genée-Bernd Eichinger OHG
Description:
DVD - Region 4.   viewing copy.   1 videodisc of 1.
Feature.   99 minutes.   color.   widescreen.   sound - 5.1 Dolby surround.  
Country:
Germany [West]
Year:
1975
Publisher:
Madmen Entertainment, 2008
Language:
German with optional English subtitles
Genre:
Drama, Road Movie
Notes:
PAL format. “The Wrong Move” is also a sort of road movie. It’s a loose adaptation of Goethe’s 1795 novel “Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship,” about a young man who leaves his mother’s house and travels through Germany with an improvised group of wanderers, passing from the rural to the urban, from the horrors of recent history to the gleaming comforts of the new reconstruction, and from radical gestures to political reaction. - The New Yorker. Second part of the “road trilogy” preceded by ALICE IN THE CITIES (1973) and followed by KINGS OF THE ROAD (1976). Based on Goethe’s ‘Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship’.’ Supplemental features include: audio commentary by Wim Wenders; on set Super-8 footage (4 min, color).
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