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Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel

Philosophical filmmakers are few and far between, understandably so, but even more depressing is that professional philosophy is perversely plagued by the unphilosophical — i.e. the virtue-signalers and thought and language police. 194 more words

Existentialism

THE AMERICAN FRIEND ("Die Amerikanische Freund," 1977, West Germany / France)

DIE AMERIKANISCHE FREUND || 1977, West Germany / France || Thriller || Directed by – Wim Wenders / Written by – Wim Wenders (based on the novel…

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Blind Spot 2016: Au Hasard Balthasar and Paris, Texas

Back in June, I watched my Blind Spot selection, but due to a busy  schedule, was unable to write about it at the time. A similarly busy docket led me to delay writing on my August selection. 1,758 more words

Poetry and music from the film 'Wings of Desire' (Der Himmel uber Berlin)

One of my favourite films of all time is the Wim Wenders film The Wings of Desire known in German as Der Himmel uber Berlin. It won the Best Film at Cannes in 1987. 742 more words

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#217: Tokyo Story

YASUJIRO OZU

1953

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Special Features

  1. Audio commentary featuring Yasujiro Ozu scholar David Desser, editor of Ozu’s “Tokyo Story”
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Eijiro Tono

#204: The Marriage Of Maria Braun

RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER

1979

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  1. Audio commentary by cinematographer Michael Ballhaus and renowned filmmaker Wim Wenders
  2. Exclusive video interview with the star of…
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder

PARIS, TEXAS (1984, West Germany / France / UK)

PARIS, TEXAS || 1984, West Germany / France / UK || Drama || Directed by – Wim Wenders /  Written by – L.M. Kit Carson, Sam Shepard / Produced by – Anatole Dauman, Pascale Dauman, Don Guest, Chris Sievernich / Music by – Ry Cooder / Cinematographer – Robby Muller / Editing by – Peter Przygodda / Art direction – Kate Altman / Starring – Harry Dean Stanton, Nastassja Kinski, Dean Stockwell, Aurore Clément, Hunter Carson / Running time: 147 mins. 319 more words

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