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Redemption in Paris, Texas

Our conflicted and silent protagonist Travis (Harry Dean Stanton) emerges from the desert like a mirage. Dressed in an old suit that hangs loose on him and a red trucker hat, an outfit only Stanton could don with such earnest, he reenters civilization in a trance. 627 more words

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Alice in den Städten (Alice in the Cities) - Wim Wenders, 1974

A rainy day in February is as good a time as any to let this wintery existentialism dissipate. You’ve had your time with it, now yell, “GET LOST!” and free up for what’s next. 25 more words

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Focus Blesses Wim Wenders' Pope Francis Documentary With Domestic Release Date

Focus Features has set a May 18, 2018 domestic release for Wim Wenders’ documentary, Pope Francis – A Man of His Word. The film is a rare co-production with the Vatican, featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and the pope addressing his audience directly, answering questions on life, death, social justice, immigration, ecology, wealth inequality, materialism and the role of the family. 156 more words

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Stranger than Paradise (1984)

“Here, let me tell you a joke, all right? There’s three guys, and they’re walking down the street. One guy says to the other one, “Hey, your shoe’s untied.” He says, “I know that.” And they walk… No… There’s two guys, they’re walking down the street, and one of them says to the other one, “Your shoe’s untied.” And the other guy says, “I know that.” And they walk a couple blocks further, and they see a third friend, and he comes up and says, “Your shoe’s untied.” “Your shoe’s un – ” Aaah, I can’t remember this joke. 318 more words

Submergence Trailer: Alicia Vikander And James McAvoy Star In Wim Wenders' Romantic Thriller

The first international trailer for Wim Wenders’ romantic thriller Submergence dropped online. The Lionsgate produced film stars upcoming Lara Croft and star of Tomb Raider… 253 more words

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Watch the First Trailer for the Undersea Romance 'Submergence'

Wim Wenders directed some of the best movies of the 1980s and 1990s – including Wings of Desire, Hammett, The End of Violence, and Paris, Texas… 127 more words

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Paris, Texas (1984)

“And for the first time, he wished he were far away. Lost in a deep, vast country where nobody knew him. Somewhere without language or streets. 588 more words

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