Wim Wenders On Making Films Without Losing The Sanctity Of Filmmaking

In this personal conversation, Wenders reminisces his childhood surrounded by the heaps of rubble after the WW2, in a desperate Germany leveled flat by the allied forces. He remembers how a collection of paintings survived the destruction became his absolution from the war inflicted abyss. He explains his idea of beauty, which later developed into more esoteric ideas related to truth, and the obsession with everything framed. To Read More Click https://goo.gl/f4liU3

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