Out of Rosenheim (Bagdad Café) is a look into the minds and lives of some people most of us have met but few of us know much about. This movie exemplifies how one person in the right place can affect a community of lives. The Adlons seem to express the view that all change and "magic" comes from hard work and mutual acceptance. A well-crafted view of the lives of tourists everywhere and the difficulties they can face. A Whimsical and lovingly Photographed look at the vast wasteland that is too often ignored by much of humanity.
The Kid in Bellevue
Off Route 66 between Vegas and nowhere a little magic's going on...
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Did You Know?
Christine Kaufmann's character's, the tattoo artist, name is spelled Debby in the film credits but the sign outside her shop spells her name Debbie. See more
[nonchalantly plopping down in front of her mother's office desk after she's been out with some friends
Hi, mom! That trucker was a real cute dude, for a trucker. Like, I mean, he let me off in town, and I ran into Reggie, and so we buzzed around in his cruise-mobile over to Devil's Playground. Then we ran into these really grody airheads...
[noticing her mother's nicely cleaned and organized office desk
What happened here?
Pick up your shit, sweetie.
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The soundtrack album (click the Soundtrack icon for info) contains a track with Percy Adlon, the director, narrating the story of the film. The scenes missing in the US version are described here. See more
Featured in La confiance règne
C-Major Prelude From The Well Tempered Clavier
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Darron Flagg See more