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PARIS, TEXAS || 1984, West Germany / France / UK || Drama || Directed by – Wim Wenders / Written by – L.M. Kit Carson, Sam Shepard / Produced by – Anatole Dauman, Pascale Dauman, Don Guest, Chris Sievernich / Music by – Ry Cooder / Cinematographer – Robby Muller / Editing by – Peter Przygodda / Art direction – Kate Altman / Starring – Harry Dean Stanton, Nastassja Kinski, Dean Stockwell, Aurore Clément, Hunter Carson / Running time: 147 mins. 319 more words
THE GENTLE PULL:
German director Wim Wenders’ 1984 film “Paris, Texas” is a cinematic oddity that, for reasons unknown even to my own self -at least until my most recent viewing- I have returned to again and again. 6,207 more words
A man wordlessly stumbles out of the desert after disappearing without a trace four years previously and sets about reclaiming his lost family.
Harry Dean Stanton is one of those faces that everyone knows without knowing they know; an understated and remarkable character actor who has taken very few leading roles. 125 more words
Between 1896 and 1957, Lamar County claimed thirty-three professional baseball teams as its own. Paris, of course, was the center of baseball activity, and the city sported franchises in eleven different leagues ranging from the Class B Big State League in the late ‘40s and early ‘50s all the way down to the unclassified and short-lived Southwestern League in 1898. 910 more words