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The Wrong Move (Falsche Bewegung)

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Genre:Drama
Release Date:April 21, 1998
Running time:103 minutes
Cast:Rüdiger Vogler, Hanna Schygulla, Ivan Desny, Marianne Hoppe, Hans Christian
Director:Wim Wenders
Producer:Bernd Eichinger, Peter Genée
Writer:Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Peter Handke
Distributor:Bauer International

Description: The Wrong Move and The Wrong Movement were the English-language titles for German director Wim Wenders' Falsche Bewegung. Made for television, the film is an update of Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. Ruediger Vogeler plays aspiring writer Wilhelm Meister, who goes on a long odyssey in the woods in search of truth. His companions on this journey are pragmatic Therese (Hanna Schygulla), bisexual Mignon (Nastassja Kinski, billed under her real name, Nakszynski), Mignon's hippielike boyfriend Laertes (Hans-Christian Blech), and artistically bankrupt poet Landau (Peter Kean). The foursome accept the hospitality of an industrialist (Ivan Desny), who unbeknownst to all but himself is a deeply troubled ex-Nazi. Novelist Peter Handke wrote the screenplay for Wrong Move.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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