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  1. lemonish5's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    From Surf City to Rockaway Beach to Wuppertal, you're in all these places, never doing much of any importance, just kind of drifting, wanting to feel something but just getting that monotonous rhythm of Western Culture (is there nothing new or old under the sun, nothing strange or familiar, just chattering silence?)—you've lost touch with yourself, you float aimlessly, but then you meet someone as hopeless and...

  2. Ralphesque's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Masterpiece! Probably my favorite Wim Wenders film.

  3. TZUHSIEN TANG's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  4. Luca Angelini's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  5. Brian Trinh's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Two lost souls on a journey trying to figure out how to live. Their memories and experiences sizzling like raw eggs on a stove. Excellent meditation on finding oneself through love, kindness, humor, and childlike innocence & curiosity.

  6. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  7. João Martins's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Some people say that "every cloud has a silver lining" and I guess that's actually true. In another road movie, Wim Wenders shows the vulnerability of a journalist that sees himself in a job struggle to end an important report. But a little girl and her mother are at similar conditions of their lives... The beauty in hopeless moments.

  8. blkrchs's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  9. Diogo Moreira's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  10. P D Dawson's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    A wonderfully touching yet bleak offering from Wim Wenders. Bleak because it's about a mother abandoning her daughter to a virtual stranger and it's about the emptiness to be found in city life. The film somehow highlights the stark emptiness of a city but offsets the gloom by showing it through the innocent and warm eyes of a child and that of a writer who feels just as lost as his motherless companion. Great film!

  11. M Madalena Alves's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  12. lndah's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    I am not typically a sucker for road movies. But I know once a road movie made my heart warmed like this one did, that's how the film is going to be my next favorite :)

  13. Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    The backlots of America. https://medium.com/the-flickering-wall/the-odd-couple-a80d6dca0471

  14. luminous's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    4.5 In the end, finding oneself is not enough if you don't get lost together.

  15. FISCHER's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Une oeuvre essentielle ! www.cinefiches.com

  16. josé neves's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Digital restoration, rewatched. The film that inaugurates the North-American heritage and influence in Wenders, for its geography, urbanity and cinema, but also a film that makes with Germany what Robert Frank realized in "The Americans" - a contextual portrait of a landscape, a country and a society in which spaces and people fulfill the same dimension of "topos" and "pathos", being film its linguistic corpus.

  17. ammar's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  18. MistaRichard's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    No image leaves you in peace, they all want something from you.

  19. Josh Lewellen's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    A marvel of wandering. Yella Rottländer's turn as Alice ranks among the most astonishing masterclasses in cinematic performing, regardless of age. Sublimely scored by Kraut gods, Can, along with a brief, magical appearance by legendary folkie Sibylle Baier. Wenders's finest hour.

  20. sicagabri's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

  21. Jason's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Like a favourite old record whose grooves leave neural ones. We need to collectively come around to understanding that Alice in the Cities is as important to the history of cinema as Rome, Open City and Breathless.

  22. Tatami's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    Alice doesn't dream anymore: "Dream? Words like that don't count. Only things that really exist.", but they tell each other their dreams. It's also comforting when you've "lost all sense of your own self" to have someone take a picture of you "So at least you'll know what you look like". Great film.

  23. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

    8.0/10, my review: https://lasttimeisawdotcom.wordpress.com/2016/07/25/aliceinthecities1974/

  24. uenus's rating of the film Alice in the Cities

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