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Until the End of the World 

When: Sat., Nov. 21 2015
One of the key leaders of the New German Cinema, director Wim Wenders has put together a remarkable resume over the course of a career that stretches back to the '60s. The guy has shot movies all over the world and filmed in exotic places such as Berlin, Lisbon, Los Angeles, Cuba, Moscow, Tokyo and Australian outback. With some help from Janus films, the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque pays tribute to the auteur this month in a series dubbed With Portraits Along the Road. The series continues tonight with a screening of Until the End of the World, a film that stars William Hurt as a man who wants to help the blind to see with his high-tech camera. Tonight at 6:50 and tomorrow at 3:30 p.m., the Cinematheque shows the first part of the uncut 295-minute version of the film. Tickets are $10, $14 if you plan to see both part one and part two. (Niesel)

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