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Signed by Wim Wenders

In Wings of Desire, director Wim Wenders' most metaphysical work, a guardian angel desires nothing more than to be human. Every day, Dammiel (Bruno Ganz) listens to the thoughts of mortals who play their lives out on the streets of West Berlin. He finds himself entranced by a trapeze artist (Solveig Dommartin) whose eloquent expression of her doubts and fears makes him yearn for a life where he can feel happiness and love.

As in Michael Powell's A Matter of Life and Death, the afterlife in Wings of Desire is a world in monochrome. Only the living can see in full colour and it is their lives, with their moments of sorrow and joy, that Wim Wenders captures so eloquently in this singularly original film that was co-written with Peter Handke.

Winner of the Best Director prize at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival, Wings of Desire is both a paean to Germany's capital and a rumination on human existence, and remains one of the most vital films ever made. 

Signed by Wim Wenders

In Wings of Desire, director Wim Wenders' most metaphysical work, a guardian angel desires nothing more than to be human. Every day, Dammiel (Bruno Ganz) listens to the thoughts of mortals who play their lives out on the streets of West Berlin. He finds himself entranced by a trapeze artist (Solveig Dommartin) whose eloquent expression of her doubts and fears makes him yearn for a life where he can feel happiness and love.

As in Michael Powell's A Matter of Life and Death, the afterlife in Wings of Desire is a world in monochrome. Only the living can see in full colour and it is their lives, with their moments of sorrow and joy, that Wim Wenders captures so eloquently in this singularly original film that was co-written with Peter Handke.

Winner of the Best Director prize at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival, Wings of Desire is both a paean to Germany's capital and a rumination on human existence, and remains one of the most vital films ever made. 

Extras

- Feature-length commentary with Wim Wenders and Peter Falk
- Outtakes and deleted scenes with commentary
- Conversations on Wings of Desire
- Trailer
- Exclusive limited edition collector's booklet

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 5060126870593
Catalogue Number AXM608
Year 1987
Director Wenders, Wim
Format Blu-Ray
Publisher(s) Axiom Films
Countries Germany
Aspect ratio 1.66:1
Colour Colour + B&W
Subtitles English, optional
Language(s) German
Running time 128 mins
Blu-ray region All
Certificate 12

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