Bruno Ganz, Solveig Dommartin, Otto Sander, Curt Bois
Wim Wenders (Screenplay), Wim Wenders (Director), Peter Handke (Screenplay), Richard Reitinger (Screenplay)
Release: May 17th, 1987
Runtime: 2 hours, 8 minutes
Two angels, Damiel and Cassiel, glide through the streets of Berlin, observing the bustling population, providing invisible rays of hope to the distressed but never interacting with them. When Damiel falls in love with lonely trapeze artist Marion, the angel longs to experience life in the physical world, and finds -- with some words of wisdom from actor Peter Falk -- that it might be possible for him to take human form.
i just watched this movie for the first time. wow! what a cool and special movie. i think it is a really touching and beautiful film although being heavy handed with the nick cave stuff (he is great, ...
What movies on the topic of photographic power can you recall? Any movie where photographs played a key role (however brief) ? I believe this is a rich philosophical topic for cinema. Photo vs reality...
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Some of them were pretty spot on but others i thought were thinking a little too much, by that i mean if you could read my thoughts at a random time of the day i'm sure it wouldn't make much sense because there'd be no context; it's not as if i need to remind myself of what the exact event i'm think....
YesIseeyoureyesarelovely, I guess I see what you're saying, I should have thought a bit more carefully, I mean we just meet and neither of us really want there to be a thing, I mean if you got pregnant, phew, yeah I think I'm pickin' up what you're layin' down.