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The Films of Wolfgang Petersen (5 Oct. 2000)

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German director Wolfgang Petersen achieved international recognition with his 1981 film "Das Boot", and has since conquered Hollywood with such hits as "The Neverending Story", "In the Line... See full summary »

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German director Wolfgang Petersen achieved international recognition with his 1981 film "Das Boot", and has since conquered Hollywood with such hits as "The Neverending Story", "In the Line of Fire", "Outbreak", "Air Force One", and "The Perfect Storm". In this film some of the stars he has worked with including Diane Lane, Dustin Hoffman, Harrison Ford and Rene Russo talk about his work, the director and the man. Written by Martin Jeeves

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