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PARIS, TEXAS.

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by imported_Tesseract, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. PARIS, TEXAS.

    Discussion started by imported_Tesseract - Aug 1, 2003

    A film by wim wenders.

    If you havent seen it, dont even think about it.

    Palm d'ore winner.

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  2. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Aug 1, 2003

    fuck....

    I was thinking of 'Happy Texas'.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1135000/images/_1138217_happy_texas150.jpg'>

    probably not the same thing eh?
     
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  3. Dirty_habiT

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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Aug 1, 2003

    I've been to Paris Texas before. Never seen the movie though.
     
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  5. Born Loser

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    Born Loser - Replied Aug 1, 2003

    Whats it about?
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Aug 2, 2003

    heh heh....
    somebody recommended it once..
     
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    Smart - Replied Aug 2, 2003

    That might have been me, I've dug that flick for a bit... I usually pack twin guns when I bring it up, so, wether it was me or not... I now challenge you all to see:
    Paris Trout

    OR BETTER, read the book, Paris Trout by Pete Dexter first, THEN see the movie because there's no way the book could ruin the movie but, in this case, the writing still outpaces the visuals, don't get me wrong...
    GREAT movie, even better book...
     
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    pulk - Replied Aug 2, 2003

    ive been meaning to see paris, texas for ages, but none of the video shops around here stock it. seems quite good. the director is one of my favourite photographers, also.
     
  9. imported_Tesseract - Replied Aug 2, 2003

    HEH HEH...
    somebody slept all over it.

    Anyway, as a footnote, seing flicks on screen (especially films that deal with picture more than storyline) is nothing compared to watching video or dvd...unless you have a projector.
    Its a shame its so damn difficult to spot old films on cinemas...