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WOLFSBURG

by Christian Petzold

synopsis

Car salesman Phillip Wagner is driving along an asphalted dirt track used by the locals as a short cut to Wolfsburg. He is having an argument on the telephone with his fiancée when, suddenly, he runs over a child. He sees the child’s body in his rear-view mirror, hesitates, brakes, but does not get out. Phillip Wagner stays right where he is in his life – and simply drives on. It looks as though Phillip might be lucky. The boy comes out of his coma and the police are looking for another car rather than his. Phillip Wagner’s life continues. Suddenly the child dies.

original title: Wolfsburg
country: Germany
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Christian Petzold
film run: 93'
release date: DE 25/09/2003
screenplay: Christian Petzold
cast: Benno Fürmann, Nina Hoss, Antje Westermann, Astrid Meyerfeldt, Matthias Matschke, Soraya Gomaa, Stephan Kampwirth, Martin Müseler, Anna Priese, Florian Panzne
cinematography by: Hans Fromm
film editing: Bettina Böhler
art director: Kade Gruber
costumes designer: Lisy Christl
music: Stefan Will
producer: Bettina Reitz
production: teamWorx Produktion, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF)
distributor: Peripher Filmverleih
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