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Paris, Texas

Hoy voy a destacar la influencia que ha tenido Paris, Texas en la serie más revolucionaria del momento, Breaking Bad. He puesto el tema principal al principio para destacar la primera cosa, la música. 116 more words


Paris, Texas (1984)

“I’m not afraid of heights. I’m afraid of fallin’.”

For most of its two-and-a-half hour runtime, Paris, Texas is an incredibly slow burn. Wenders takes his time setting up this tale of redemption and connection disguised as a road movie, drenched in a bold visual style with saturation levels turned up to the max. 419 more words


'Nebraska' and 'Paris, Texas '

Do not read ahead if you haven’t seen the movie! SPOILERS

The performances in ‘Nebraska’ were great, but something about the almost Hollywood induced vengeful ‘hitting’ scene didn’t seem conducive with the son’s persona and quite frankly left a poor taste in my mouth. 102 more words

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Paris, Texas (1984)

“For five days he ran like this until every sign of man had disappeared.”

I finally watched Wim Wender’s masterpiece, Paris, Texas. It is, in every way, beautiful. I cannot recommend it enough.

Wim Wenders Paris, Texas

Every once in awhile, I can come across a film that is so beautiful that it leaves me effected in one way or another. Wim Wenders… 312 more words


German filmmaker Wim Wenders uses a distinct phenomenological approach in depicting place, memory, and loss (Silberman, 1995). His 1984 film, Paris, Texas is quintessential of this. 172 more words


True Detective Episode 1 - First Thoughts

Warning: Contains some spoilers

A bizarre ritual murder in a small Louisiana town. Characters exchange meaningful looks or stare off into the middle distance. There’s dust, trailer parks and a score by T-Bone Burnett. 461 more words