The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick is a 1972 German language drama film directed by Wim Wenders. It was adapted from a novella by Wenders' long-time collaborator Peter Handke. A goalkeeper is sent off during a game for committing a foul. He spends the night with a cinema cashier, whom he afterwards kills. Although a type of detective film, it is more slow moving and contemplative than other films of the genre. It explores the monotony of the murderer's existence and, like many of Wenders' films, the overwhelming cultural influence of America in post-war West Germany.
Writer:Peter Handke (dialogue co-writer), Peter Handke (novel), Wim Wenders
A goalkeeper Josef Bloch is ejected during a game for foul play. He leaves the field and goes to spend the night with a cinema cashier. He then proceeds to strangle her the morning after. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jen H (nl) wrote: Weird movie, let me say first off, but standard fare for the avid watchers of Robinson and Bogart. Kind of cute and sentimental--a little too much at some points--and a storyline that's relatively shaky. But hey, it's always great to see EGR and Bogart on the same screen together.