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Wim Wenders

Wim Wenders (b. 1945) is a German-born film director.

Films include:

Summer in the City[?], 1970
Die Angst des Tormanns beim Elfmeter[?] (the Goalkeeper's fear of the Penalty Kick), 1972 - adaptation of a novella by Peter Handke, who also wrote the film dialogue
Der scharlachrochte Buchstabe[?] (The Scarlet Letter[?]), 1972. Adapted from the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Alice in den Stadten[?] (Alice in the Cities), 1974
Falsche Bewegung[?] (Wrong Movement), 1975
Im Lauf der Zeit[?] (Kings of the Road), 1976
Der Amerikanische Freund[?] (the American Friend), 1977
Lightning over Water[?], 1979 (? or '80?)-- a documentary about the last days of Nicholas Ray[?], director of Rebel Without a Cause and many other films
Hammett[?], 1982
The State of Things[?], 1982
Reverse Angle:NYC 1982 - a documentary about his disputes with Francis Ford Coppola while filming Hammett
Chambre 666[?], 1983
Paris, Texas, 1984
Der Himmel über Berlin (Wings of Desire), 1987 (written with Peter Handke)
Until the End of the World, 1991
In weiter Ferne, so nah![?] (Faraway, So Close![?]), 1993
The End of Violence[?], 1997
The Million Dollar Hotel[?], 1999
Buena Vista Social Club[?], 2000

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