quinta-feira, 12 de fevereiro de 2015

Wim Wenders without guilt complex in the poster of the Berlinale

A return to fiction, after seven years of documentaries, with the realism of the 3D cinema and the participation, in the flesh, of such actors as James Franco or Charlotte Gainsbourg.

A film outside the official competition, a festival that celebrates this year the career of one of the most charismatic performers of the country.

"Yes, it's a true legend. Wim Wenders is a major intellectual and an artist who greatly contributed to the cinema and art in General, "says the actress Marie-Josée Croze.

The actress Charlotte Gainsbourg, "it is interesting to see that the real legends do not consider themselves so legendary, are certain extremely simple".

In "Everything Will Be Fine" (everything will be fine), Wenders depicts the story of a writer, tormented by guilt after hitting a child mortally wounded.

A tragedy that will approximate the protagonist of the victim's mother, in search of forgiveness.

A reflection that doesn't hide anything absolutely unforgivable in the career of author, guarantees the own Wenders:

"Maybe you had to ask forgiveness for some mistakes of youth, but at the age of 70 years can look at them with some mercy."

The Director, whose career is honored in this year's Edition of the Berlinale, will be awarded a "Golden bear" honorific this Thursday.

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