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In the mid-1970s, Wim Wenders set out along the open roads of Germany and the United States and returned with three quintessential works of the New German Cinema. These shaggy dog rambles—all gorgeously lensed by Robby Müller and starring the director’s go-to leading man Rüdiger Vogler—are indelible journeys of philosophical and emotional discovery.
Wenders reimagines a Goethe novel as an existential drift through 1970s West Germany.
The first of Wenders’ road movies is a magical cross-continental odyssey.
The last film in Wenders’ trilogy may be the all-time greatest road movie.