An ALL TIMES classic Wenders movie will be free on screen at the Goethe Institut.
Pure poetry on screen for you, guys!
If you like Hollywood blockbuster, noise or Bruce Willis, this intimate, poetic, road movie from the 70ies is definitely NOT for you.
Wim Wenders (a household name of German film, see multiple award winners: Wings of desire "der Himmel ueber Berlin"; Paris, Texas and The American friend) shows the developing of a beautiful friendship between a grownup free spirit, anticonformist writer and a lost little girl abandoned by her crazy and careless young American mother in a Californian airport.
Alice in the cities is a classic "road movie", the man and the little girl travel miles and miles looking for her mum across strange cities and postindustrial, deserted landscapes in the US and Europe.
This movie will make you want to pack your bags and leave London for a life of adventure, wondering, discovery and authenticity.
Or it will just make you free for one evening, wandering with the two captivating characters in a voyage of self-discovery.
In the true spirit of the early 70ies, this movie is genius, inspiration, art and deeply human at once.
You need to book your free ticket ASAP, as this event WILL sell out.
Call the Goethe institute for your free seat [masked]