Another beautiful, simple & gentle road-movie by WW about 2 nostalgic souls sharing some of the roads (be it physical venture into the unknown or mental longing for something irretrievable) we stumble upon while running through our lives that seem to be as useless and exciting at the same time as the movies screened in the doomed and forgotten cinemas. Orgasmic soundtrack.
All journeys made are made to the childhood. Our life is a journey rooted from childhood. We try to discover the heavenly earth we found in our childhood, in the rest of our life. Real journeys also involves a making account oneself. All journeys are made to oneself. I love Wenders.
Yol üçlemesinin en beğendiğim filmi Im Lauf der Zeit oldu diyebilirim ya da şöyle söyleyeyim üçlemenin en kötüsünün Falsche Bewegung olduğu kesin. Diyaloglar Falsche Bewegung'daki gibi yapay değil, seçilen müzikler her zamanki gibi harika. Görüntüler Alice in den Städten'de olduğu kadar güzel olmasa da sinema üzerine verdiği mesajla bu açık fazlasıyla kapanıyor. Yönetmenin diğer filmlerini de izlemeli.
Being conceptually static and compelled to be a connection, european road can only simulate american one. Except all these gas station signboards and Coke automats it has nothing to offer to american on-the-road spirit with its sliding-like motion style and carefree driving. Gothic churches will never become wayside motels. That's that. But the movie is good anyway.
With its influence of America culture as well as a tribute for filmmaking in some way. Wenders displays nothing conventional, instead he is able to express a meaningful way of what friendship is, developed between two men who are traveling through that infamous road of life as well as experiencing things people miss out on, seeing life in a tender way in a B&W world. In someway Wenders puts himself in the film.
Wenders' road movie, the final part of a loose trilogy, elevates the genre to epic proportions. Its 3-hour running time is simply an account of two men who meet on the road after one has spectacularly ditched his Volkswagen and then travel together across Germany. Exquisitely photographed in black and white, the film has echoes of American road movies like Easy Rider and Two-Lane Blacktop but with a European slant...
amazing movie, arguably wender's best movie alongside wings of desire, it's beautiful to look and to grasp, quiet, honest, delightful scenes and music, really intense of the sense of place and space, hilarious and contemplating at the same time., easily one of my fave movie ever