Faraway So Close movie trailer - starring Peter Falk, Nastassia Kinski, Otto Sander. Theatrical Release Date: 12/21/1993
Anonyma, in desperation, consults in a Russian lieutenant for help.
From the early, solo section of the trip, German freelance author Philip (Rudiger Vogler) making his way from southeast toward New York, where he'll meet the title character, from Wim Wenders' Alice In The Cities, 1974.
Newly acquainted German travelers Philip (Rudiger Vogler) and Alice (Yella Rottlander) in Manhattan en route to meet her mother at the Empire State Building, which doesn't work out, thus launching their European journey, in Wim Wenders' Alice In The Cities, 1974.
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