Wrong Move (1975)

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A writer goes on a road trip across West Germany with a group of eclectic people he meets along the way.


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Director:

Wim Wenders

Writers:

Peter Handke (screenplay), Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (novel)

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4 September 1999 | Mighty E
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| An excellent examination of post=war Germany: A Masterpiece
"Falsche Bewegung," (In the US called "The Wrong Move") is one of the finest films ever produced in Germany and certainly of of film guru Wim Wender's best works. An analysis of the sentiments, both serious and humorous, of the citizens of Post-war Germany, the feelings of guilt, loss, anger, and misdirection is so clearly and frighteningly distributed to the audience it really brings you to thought and to tears. A masterpiece.

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