Paris, Texas (1984) dir. Wim Wenders
The color scheme introduced in the beginning of the film is magnificent. It uses the harsh browns and blues as… 274 more words
Angelic beauty of Jane transpires melancholy and sourness. She is static in her Peep Show room as in a theatrical set. The colour of the curtains, the blue screen of the television, the red telephone all are components of the mood: the dusty atmosphere of a desolated America of the unidentified 80’s. 118 more words
BY STEVEN GRAY
The film was put together half a lifetime ago, its reputation as phantasmagoric as the medium, and yet I didn’t get around to watching it until a few days ago. 2,054 more words
Quite possibly my favorite Jay track, and the flip of the single, a cover of The Go-Between’s, Don’t Let Him Come Back, is equally fantastic. The fact that this fan vid uses clips from birthday boy, Harry Dean Stanton’s, role in Paris, Texas, just gives me a good reason to add it to the Song of The Day rotation.