City Of Angels

City Of Angels
City Of Angels

Year

1998

Duration

109 minutes

Genres

Drama, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dr. Maggie Rice becomes distraught after losing a patient and is shocked to learn that the man who turns up to comfort her, Seth, is actually an angel. Only Maggie can see Seth, who is moved by the doctor's suffering: the two fall in love. But angels are ethereal beings, so this relationship doesn't have the most promising of starts. Can Seth sacrifice his divine nature for the love he desperately craves? A remake of Wim Wenders' Wings Of Desire, this L.A.-set movie replaces the dreamlike logic of the original with a more conventional romance.

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12 Classification

This film has several uses of moderate bad language and contains infrequent moderate sex.

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