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Paris, Texas (1984)
Starring: Nastassja Kinski, Harry Dean Stanton, Hunter Carson, Aurore Clement, Tom Farrell, John Lurie, Dean Stockwell, Bernhard Wicki
Director: Wim Wenders
Category: Drama, Independent
Studio: 20th Century Fox
148 mins



Where Lost Love Is Found

Mute, suffering from amnesia and long thought dead, Travis (Harry Dean Stanton) is discovered wandering around in the Texas desert. Slowly, the story of his past unfolds, first with help from his brother (Dean Stockwell) and sister-and-law (Aurore Clement), and finally by Travis himself, as he begins to regain his relationship with his young son and his long-lost wife (Nastassja Kinski). Winner of the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and hailed by critics and audiences alike, PARIS, TEXAS is haunting, beautifully photographed and sensitively acted. It's a film you won't soon forget.


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