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Paris, Texas

Dir. Wim Wenders, 1984


Paris, Texas (1984)

‘Do you think he still loves her?’.

‘How would I know  that Hunter?’.

‘I think he does’

This film was recommended to me during a class on Dissociative Disorders. 304 more words



With gap of it could be nearly 30 years, it was a delight to watch Paris,Texas again, even if I was sure it had aesthetically pleasing shots of rolling tumbleweed blowing across a road to nowhere – but not one. 390 more words

Wim Wenders

Back To Black – 2014: A Year In Vinyl (Part 2 of 4)

So, 2014 has been over a few weeks now and I’ve had a chance to mull over the best additions to my collection this year.   577 more words

Vinyl Adventures

Staff Picks: Flavorwire’s Favorite Cultural Things This Week

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. 818 more words

Pop Culture

Paris, Texas: a visual trip

Paris, Texas is a film I am deeply in love with. The unanimous winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes in 1984 (as well as the FIPRESCI prize), it’s a visually beautiful and emotionally rich experience – from its first birds-eye view of the desert to its final trip down a neon-lit road. 740 more words

Special Encounters

Weekend Round Up

All the movies I’ve watched this weekend, in alphabetical order: