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Richard Reitinger was born on 6 April, 1951 in Munich, Germany, is a Screenwriter.

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OccupationScreenwriter
Age69 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born6 April 1951
Birthday6 April
BirthplaceMunich, Germany
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Germany

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Richard Reitinger Net Worth

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Source of IncomeScreenwriter

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1951

Richard Reitinger (born 1951) is a German screenwriter. He is known for co-writing the 1987 film Wings of Desire with Peter Handke and director Wim Wenders. As Handke submitted writings for the project, Reitinger assisted Wenders in scripting scenes around Handke’s contributions. Reitinger later reunited with Wenders to write the Wings of Desire sequel Faraway, So Close! with Ulrich Ziegler, with Reitinger and Ziegler responsible for the bulk of the screenplay. Faraway, So Close! went on to win the Grand Prix at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.