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The Wandering Image (German: Das wandernde Bild) is a 1920 German silent drama film directed by Fritz Lang and starring Mia May, Hans Marr and Rudolf Klein-Rogge. It is also known by the alternative titles of The Wandering Picture and The Wandering Shadow (USA DVD title). The film's sets were designed by Otto Hunte.
Directed by Lara Panah-Izadi. With Jeremy Weiss, Bambi Banks Couleé, Daria Harper, Ethan Kirschbaum.
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Directed by Liza Bolton. With Philip P. Coffey, David Nolan, Mark Savage, Stuart Mackey. Bound by familial duty, Cathal and his brothers Cet and Cormac, accompany their exiled father Fergus, into the bleak wilderness in search of redemption and a new beginning in a world where all hope is lost.
The Wandering Image is the earliest film I’ve yet to see from Fritz Lang, a director that would go on to make many lauded films, including the legendary efforts, Metropolis and M, both of which are significant pioneering works in their respective genres.
- Fritz Lang
Feb 05, 2019 · Directed by Frant Gwo. With Jing Wu, Chuxiao Qu, Guangjie Li, Man-Tat Ng. As the sun is dying out, people all around the world build giant planet thrusters to move Earth out of its orbit and sail Earth to a new star system.
- Frant Gwo
- Jing Wu, Chuxiao Qu, Guangjie Li, Man-Tat Ng
When the sun dies out, the people of Earth build giant thrusters to move the planet out of orbit and sail to a new star system. After 2,500 years, young people continue the fight for everyone's ...
- sci fi
Wandering Eye Photos View All Photos (7) Movie Info. Maren (Amanda Righetti), a young wife, feels neglected by her workaholic husband and meets a man through a networking web site. ... Cast & Crew ...
- mystery and thriller
Sep 10, 1975 · Radley Metzger (screenplay) (as Jake Barnes), Catherine Robbe-Grillet (novel) (as Jean de Berg)