With his outsider's view of America, Wim Wenders (Wings of Desire, Alice in the Cities) transforms 'Paris, Texas' into a haunting tale of loss, redemption and the ties that bind families together, and is arguably Wenders'greatest achievement. Travis Henderson (Harry Dean Stanton) walks out of the desert after four years, to the amazement of his brother, Walt (Dean Stockwell). Reunited with Hunter, his seven-year-old son, Travis decides that they should search for his ex-wife (Nastassja Kinski) so that they can be a family once again.
Winner of the Palme d'Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival and the Best Director prize at BAFTA in 1985, Paris, Texas is rightly regarded as one of the artistic triumphs of contemporary world cinema.
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As soon as I heard Wim Wenders' undeniable masterpiece was being given the HD treatment, I let out a little whelp of joy that only cinephiles can completely understand. Not only is this one of the most heart-wrenching, amazing films ever released, but it's beautifully shot and framed, and that aspect transfers to Blu-ray superbly. I won't give away too much of the plot because every film lover really needs to see this for themselves, but it revolves around a man who, when reunited with his estranged son, sets out to win back the heart of his ex-wife to become a proper family once more. Wenders' flair for honest and frank narratives, as well as recurring themes and motifs, balances well with the brilliant acting on show. Buy it and you won't be sorry.