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Vehicles in Christian Petzold’s "Wolfsburg"

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Vehicles, particularly cars, are an important motif in most of Petzold’s films, “Wolfsburg” being the most evident example. My work-in-progress presentation will focus on spacial aspects, but also look at figurative uses of cars and bicycles in the film.

This talk is part of the German Graduate Research Seminar series.

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