Film Night at Studio 19 – Wim Wenders Classic ALICE IN THE CITIES
|When:||Back to Calendar » June 28, 2012 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm|
|Where:||Studio 19 - Exposure Arts and Media
19/157 Crown Street Mall
Wollongong NSW 2500
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|Cost:||$2 gold coin|
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Accepted to be one of Wim Wenders’ most poignant films and often compared to Chaplin’s The Kid, Alice in the Cities was the first of Wim Wenders’ films to be shot in part in the United States and subsequently won the 1974 German Critics Prize.
Phillip (R?diger Vogler) is a roving German reporter who, after a chance encounter with an elusive American woman, reluctantly accepts temporary custody of little Alice (Yella Rottl?nder).
Their friendship grows while traveling through various European cities on a search for the girl’s grandmother. Inventive and witty, Wenders reflects on the influences of American pop culture on postwar Europe.
Alice in the Cities was the first of Wenders’ “road” trilogy.
The follow-ups were:
Info taken from: http://www.wim-wenders.com/movies/movies_spec/aliceinthecities/aliceinthecities.htm
Alice in the Cities Official Trailer.