WR035 – Wim Wenders MoMA Retrospective

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A key figure in the New German Cinema of the 1970s, Wim Wenders is one of the most distinctive, original voices in film working today. The Museum of Modern Art has assembled an extraordinary retrospective covering much of his career from his award winning “Wings of Desire” (1987) to his more recent films like “Pina” (2011), giving the folks at Wrong Reel the chance to see his films in the best way possible.

00:00 – 23:12 – Introduction/News
22:13 – 01:04:46 – Wings of Desire
01:04:47 – 01:25:48 – Pina
01:25:49 – 1:32:50 – Closing Remarks



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