Wrong Move

Wrong Move

Wrong Move

Wim Wenders's second entry in his Road Movie trilogy, preceded by Alice in the Cities and followed by Kings of the Road. Stars Rüdiger Vogler.

A young German man who decides to become a writer, Wilhelm Meister (Vogler) sets off on a journey of self-discovery. During his travels, he encounters various fascinating characters, including the alluring Therese (Hanna Schygulla), the intriguing young Mignon (Nastassja Nakszynski) and a poet named Landau (Peter Kern). When the group accompanies Landau on a visit to his uncle, they mistakenly end up at the home of a wealthy but forlorn stranger (Ivan Desny).

1975Rating: PG103 minsWest GermanyGerman with English subtitles
DramaWorld Cinema
Director:
Wim Wenders ('The Salt of the Earth', 'Wings of Desire', 'Buena Vista Social Club')
Writer:
Peter Handke
Cast:
Rüdiger VoglerHans Christian BlechHanna SchygullaNastassja KinskiPeter KernIvan DesnyMarianne HoppeLisa Kreuzer
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Village Voice

Village Voice

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A bitter, deadpan parody of all things Romantic, Wenders's film is also so ironic about its own emptiness that it ends up being something pure: a pop dirge about how never sitting still may be the only answer to meaninglessness.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

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Wenders looks at young rockers through a lens of high culture and applies the theatrical fervour of the Enlightenment to the rumpled rounds of modern buskers.

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Village Voice

Village Voice

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A bitter, deadpan parody of all things Romantic, Wenders's film is also so ironic about its own emptiness that it ends up being something pure: a pop dirge about how never sitting still may be the only answer to meaninglessness.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

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Wenders looks at young rockers through a lens of high culture and applies the theatrical fervour of the Enlightenment to the rumpled rounds of modern buskers.

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