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This is German filmmaker Wim Wenders at his best. It’s a film of wandering, searching and landscape as a man (Harry Dean Stanton) meanders through the American west – through literal desert and the spiritual/emotional desert of Los Angeles trying to find his son and his wife and hoping he can somehow reassemble their fragmented family. Like much of Wenders’s work, Paris, Texas takes its time; its own fragments come together slowly – and brilliantly. USA, 1984, 147 Minute Running Time
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