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Until the End of the World

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Genres: Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Starring: William Hurt, Solveig Dommartin, Pietro Falcone
Director: Wim Wenders
Plot Synopsis:

Conceived as the ultimate road movie, this decades-in-the-making science-fiction epic from Wim Wenders follows the restless Claire Tourneur (Solveig Dommartin) across continents as she pursues a mysterious stranger (William Hurt) in possession of a device that can make the blind see and bring dream images to waking life. With an eclectic soundtrack that gathers a host of the director’s favorite musicians, along with gorgeous cinematography by Robby Müller, this breathless adventure in the shadow of Armageddon takes its heroes to the ends of the earth and into the oneiric depths of their own souls. Presented here in its triumphant 287-minute director’s cut, Until the End of the World assumes its rightful place as Wenders’ magnum opus, a cosmic ode to the pleasures and perils of the image and a prescient meditation on cinema’s digital future.

  • Release Details
    Release Date: December 10th, 2019
    Movie Release Year: 1991
    Release Country: United States
    Movie Studio: Criterion
  • Technical Specs
    Length:287 Minutes
    Specs:Blu-ray
    Video Resolution/Codec:1080p/AVC MPEG-4
    Aspect Ratio(s):1.66:1
    Audio Formats:English/French/German DTS-HD MA 5.1
    Special Features:New introduction by WendersNew interview with Wenders about the film’s soundtrackNew conversation between Wenders and musician David ByrneBehind-the-scenes program detailing the creation of the film’s high-definition sequencesInterview with Wenders from 2001Up Down Under Roma, a 1993 interview with Wenders on his experiences in AustraliaThe Song, a short film by Uli M Schueppel detailing the recording of “(I’ll Love You) Till the End of the World” by Nick Cave and the Bad SeedsDeleted scenesTrailerPLUS: Essays by critics Bilge Ebiri and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky on the film and its soundtrack