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Wings of Desire ( Himmel über Berlin, Der ) (1988) Movie Reviews

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Wings of Desire review

Marion, a trapeze artist is followed by an angel named Damiel. He decides to become human. The screenplay was excellent. This is shown from a few memorable quotes of the film: Marion - “To live…one look is enough.” ”These things happen; it’s just the way it is.” “Everything’s possible.” Lady – “One can only hope.” The angels - “Why am I here?” “Isn’t life under the sun just a dream?” “Let things happen.” The film drags a bit when Marion is being followed by Damiel, some scenes felt long which had nothing to do with the plot. It was also perplexing how the two fell in love so easily when they never went out when Damiel was in human form. The score and soundtrack was apposite. Its cinematography was stunning with the combination of two perspectives in color and black and white whi...

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