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Sight and Sound Top 250 #185 - Paris, Texas (1984)

As we finally get back to our trip through the Sight and Sound Top 250 Movies of All Time list, we come to #185, Wim Wenders’ 1,025 more words

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Φουτουριστικά Υστερόγραφα __Futuristic Postscriptum

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p.s.: “Καταλαβαίνεις πάντα πολύ αργά αυτό θα ‘πρεπε να έχεις καταλάβει πολύ νωρίς. 561 more words

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Wild and Free

I have always been somewhat of a dreamer, just ask my husband. I come by it honestly though. My mother is the same way. As much as my sister would like to deny it, so is she. 248 more words

PARIS, TEXAS (1984, West Germany / France / UK)

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

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I Love Texas Photos - Day 1

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ILoveTexasPhoto.com is dedicated to pro photography in TX. Our IG is passed to different photographers every 3 days for unique looks at life in TX.”  The… 539 more words

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PARIS, TEXAS: The "Anti-80's" Film Where Nothing Happens, But A Lot is Going On.

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

Paris, Texas (1984)

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

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