Wolfsburg

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Time Out says

A sleek, cool, fairly rigorous psychodrama from the director of The State I Am In, Wolfsburg is about the fallout from a hit and run accident which punctures the listless complacency of the yuppie car salesman at fault, almost as much as it traumatises the mother of the boy hit. Familiar territory, then, and writer/director Petzold's stringent grip on proceedings means the film never gets your pulse racing. All the same, it's a cogent piece of storytelling elevated by its nose for moral ambiguity. Strong, sober performances, too.
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Release details

UK release:

2003

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Christian Petzold

Cast:

Astrid Meyerfeldt, Antje Westermann, Nina Hoss, Benno Fürmann, Matthias Matschke

Music:

Stephan Will

Production Designer:

KD Gruber

Editor:

Bettina Böhler

Cinematography:

Hans Fromm

Screenwriter:

Christian Petzold

Producer:

Bettina Reitz

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