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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


Os Belos Dias de Aranjuez

Os Belos Dias de Aranjuez (Les Beaux Jours d’Aranjuez) (Drama); Elenco: Reda Kateb, Sophie Semin. Jens Harzer; Direção: Wim Wenders; França/Alemanha/Portugal, 2016. 97 Min. #FestivalDoRio2016… 805 more words

Crítica Cinematográfica


Wim Wenders is the German “new wave” director with the least ability to tell stories. I remember that once upon a time I liked his “Kings of the Road” (1976), which had no plot, and “Paris, Texas” (1984), which had very little. 680 more words

Stephen O. Murray

Charlotte Cotton: Something and Nothing (part 2)

When Cotton (1) moves away from still life to look at deserted landscapes she introduces a number of photographers whom I find much easier to understand and relate to. 909 more words

Research & Reflection

Wings of Desire

Two men meet at a used-car dealership. They sit in an ‘84 Plymouth, turn the radio knobs back and forth, bounce a couple of times to test the shocks, and then decide to go with an Audi Quattro instead. 699 more words

Three Reels

Michael Kenna: The Evidence of Humanity

In her essay Something and Nothing (1) Charlotte Cotton considers a number of contemporary photographers who have investigated the evidence of humanity through uninhabited city and landscapes. 1,494 more words

Research & Reflection

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


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