Film Screening: Wim Wender's Wrong Move (1975)

March 22, 2014
Event Types
Exhibition Tour
Five paintings are displayed, including 2 on the floor, 2 hung flush against the wall and 1 jutting from the wall.

Installation view, Sonia Almeida: Forward/Play/Pause, MIT List Visual Arts Center, 2014.

Tour: 1-2pm
Join List staff for a guided tour of the three exhibitions currently on view: Sonia Almeida: Forward/Play/PauseHourly Directional: Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel, and Hans Op de Beeck: Staging Silence (2).

Film Screening: Wrong Move, 2pm, Bartos Theatre
German filmmaker Wim Wenders’ Wrong Move (1975) is the second part of his “Road Movie Trilogy” which includes Alice in the Cities (1974) and Kings of the Road (1976). Wenders’ rough adaptation of Goethe’s Wilhelm Meister’s ApprenticeshipWrong Move is six days in the life of Wilhelm, an aspiring young writer. As he travels from place to place around Germany, from his home in Glückstadt to Bonn, Wilhelm meets an odd mix of people along the way only to end up alone on Germany’s highest mountain.