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swhaze's avatar


I totally understand why others find this film so powerful and moving. Unfortunately, it doesn't do the same for me.
5 years 12 months ago
jhhayes's avatar


I can't say I loved this film, but I can't say I disliked it either... It's difficult to categorize. It's difficult to put in a box. Very unique film. Unlike anything I've ever seen. Very lyrical and poetic. I would call it artwork.
6 years 9 months ago
gulliver's avatar


Like a poem...
11 years 10 months ago
airi86ja's avatar


Liked it so much!

Especially (non-)color effect and acting of main character.
And some quotes really boomed the mind.
9 years 1 month ago
Nowhere Man's avatar

Nowhere Man

The beauty of a cup of coffee...rubbing your hands together in the cold...brilliant movie.
9 years 3 months ago
thestuman101694's avatar


"Boy, girl, man, woman? Man? Yeah . . ." Columbo was amazing in this movie. Truly astonishing.
9 years 7 months ago
mattmansfieldok's avatar


Wings of Desire reminded me a lot of Tarkovsky's Andrei Rublev (1966) and Bergman's The Seventh Seal (1957) but, mostly, it reminded me of A Matter of Life and Death (1946).

It's an absolutely incredible film. I can see why it's on the Spiritually Significant list.
11 years 2 months ago
Atreides's avatar


Amazing movie. Great use of the black and white camara. Almost like some religious experience. Even for an nog religious person like me.
11 years 3 months ago
valters's avatar


Fantastic movie
11 years 5 months ago
MM's avatar


Fantastic use of colour and black and white
11 years 6 months ago
CoffinDancr's avatar


Beautiful, beautiful film. Moved into my top 100.
12 years 5 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


I saw Wim Wenders' Wings of Desire (or Les ailes du désir, as we called it) in a film history course at university, and it blew my mind, especially its maverick use of Peter Falk as himself, and it still blows my mind today. Wenders creates an unseen world of angels, some of them tired of an eternal existence and wishing for a human life, and in that premise is a celebration of all that is human, from rubbing your hands to warm them up to realizing something is the color red to loving a woman. The angels are here to give hope, and their own perspective can only revel in the big and small things that make life worth living, even when we think it is not. Oh did I say loving a woman? Yes, there's a woman played by Solveig Dommartin who learned the trapeze and did all her own routines, no doubles (impressive), for the movie, but while Bruno Ganz' Damiel is drawn to her, it's only as part of a whole. Part of a complete life, not the be-all and end-all. He would have been content just to hold an apple in his hand and be hit by a truck. Life for its own sake as something precious. Obviously, the American version, City of Angels, is just gonna turn this into a Meg Ryan romcom, but the original is more meditative, more universal, and more shocking. And it kind of has to take place in Berlin in the 80s, y'know? It's not just that Wenders is German, but the Wall is a perfect location to set that transition between one existence and another.
3 years 1 month ago
UnEnfantPerdu's avatar


Quite beautiful. Acting is faultless.
8 years 4 months ago
DJPowWow's avatar


Beautiful, but definitely not for viewers with short attention spans.
10 years 9 months ago
kurvduam's avatar


(removed by mod: please post in English)
6 years 8 months ago

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