7 yrs 72 minutes 1993 6.9

The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein is considered to be one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century. With his passionate, profound and intense personality, he took society by storm and his book Philosophical Investigations from 1953 have been named by various philosophical experts as the most important philosophical book of the 20th century. This film depicts key sequences of Wittgenstein's life from childhood, through World War I and a Cambridge education to his professorship. Wittgenstein won the Teddy Award, an international film award for films with LGBT topics, at the Berlin Film Festival.

The film is not playable outside of Sweden
Category: Feature film
Genre: Biography, comedy, drama, queer
Director: Derek Jarman
Actor: Karl Johnson, Michael Gough, Tilda Swinton
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English