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Show HTML View more styles. Top Rated Movies Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Harry Dean Stanton Travis Henderson Nastassja Kinski Jane Henderson Dean Stockwell Anne Henderson as Aurore Clement Hunter Carson Hunter Henderson Bernhard Wicki Doctor Ulmer Sam Berry Gas Station Attendant Claresie Mobley Car Rental Clerk Viva Woman on TV as Viva Auder Edward Fayton Hunter's Friend Socorro Valdez Carmelita Justin Hogg Hunter - Age 3 Tom Farrell Screaming Man John Lurie Edit Storyline A man wanders out of the desert after a four year absence.
Taglines: A place for dreams. A place for heartbreak. A place to pick up the pieces. Genres: Drama. Edit Did You Know?
Trivia Famous Scottish band Texas took their name from the title of this film, while fellow Scottish band Travis are named after its main protagonist.
Goofs When Travis and Hunter are following the red Chevrolet from a downtown bank, they merge onto US HWY 59 northbound, just south of interstate 45 and north of the HWY interchange with US HWY After a few moments pass the next shot shows them approaching the HWY 59 and HWY interchange going northbound on HWY Quotes [ first lines ] Gas Station Attendant : What the hell?
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Language: English Spanish. Budget: GBP1,, estimated. Runtime: min. Marc Silberman examined how personal identity is also a theme in the film, as the name "Paris" is deceptive, conjuring images of France but referring to Texas.
This is evident in what Travis refers to as "Daddy's joke" about Travis' mother being from Paris, and his belief that he was conceived there causes him to believe going there will achieve self-realization.
Cook opined that returning to the sanctuary of the road is Travis' response to having suffered the worst modern American experience, turning his son over to the boy's mother.
Jones quoted French critic Jean-Louis Comolli : "Never passive, a spectator works". I let him disappear in my own way, and all my previous male characters went with him.
They have all taken up residence in a retirement home on the outskirts of Paris, Texas". Paris, Texas belongs in the road movie genre,   but The Guardian critic Guy Lodge suggested it could also be considered a western film.
Paris, Texas is notable for its images of the Texas landscape and climate. Wenders had emphasized roads in his earlier works, particularly his Road Movie trilogy , to depict "characters' journeys", with the setting of Texas removing the cultural boundaries of Europe.
Cinematographer Robby Müller had frequently worked with Wenders, and the photography in Paris, Texas is characteristic of Müller's style,  which director Steve McQueen defined as "a visual language to capture what appear to be men falling to their deaths in slow motion".
The film is accompanied by a slide-guitar score by Ry Cooder , employing Blind Willie Johnson 's " Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground ", which Cooder hailed as "the most transcendent piece in all American music".
Paris, Texas competed at the Cannes Film Festival , with Wenders claiming that Stanton was so anxious about Cannes that they hired Sean Penn to assist with Stanton's preparations for the screening.
Conflicts between Wenders' Road Movies company and distributor Filmverlag over how many copies of Paris, Texas should be released in West Germany following Cannes caused it to be initially denied a theatrical release there,  so bus tours were launched to transport German viewers to Zürich for showings.
It was screened at the Sundance Film Festival in and again in as part of the Sundance Collection category.
Roger Ebert gave the film four stars, writing " Paris, Texas is a movie with the kind of passion and willingness to experiment that was more common fifteen years ago than it is now.
It has more links with films like Five Easy Pieces and Easy Rider and Midnight Cowboy , than with the slick arcade games that are the box-office winners of the s.
It is true, deep, and brilliant". Then it goes flying out the car window when father and son decide to take off for Texas in search of Jane".
It has had an enduring legacy among critics and film aficionados. The website's critical consensus reads, "A quiet yet deeply moving kind of Western, Paris, Texas captures a place and people like never before or after ".
At Cannes, the film won three prizes: the Palme d'Or , the FIPRESCI Prize , and the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury.
The Irish rock group U2 cited Paris, Texas as an inspiration for their album The Joshua Tree. In , the photography Wenders took on his location scout for Paris, Texas was exhibited at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, France, under the title Written in the West.
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Archived from the original on 11 May Sundance Film Festival. Archived from the original PDF on 3 April Present-day Lamar County was part of Red River County during the Republic of Texas.
By , population growth necessitated the organization of a new county. George Washington Wright, who had served in the Third Congress of the Republic of Texas as a representative from Red River County, was a major proponent of the new county.
The Fifth Congress established the new county on December 17, , and named it after Mirabeau B. Lamar ,  who was the first Vice President and the second President of the Republic of Texas.
Lamar County was one of the 18 Texas counties that voted against secession on February 23, In , , and , major fires in the city forced considerable rebuilding.
The fire ruined most of the central business district and swept through a residential area. The burned structures included the Federal Building and Post Office, the Lamar County Courthouse and Jail, City Hall, most commercial buildings, and several churches.
In , black teenager Henry Smith was accused of murder, tortured, and then burned to death on a scaffold in front of thousands of spectators in Paris.
The city has prominent memorials to the Confederacy , but has no acknowledgement of these killings. In , the U. Supreme Court in Largent v. Texas struck down a Paris ordinance that prohibited a person from selling or distributing religious publications without first obtaining a city-issued permit.
The Court ruled that the ordinance abridged freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and freedom of the press in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Paris has long been a railroad center. The Texas and Pacific reached town in ; the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway later merged into the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and the Frisco in ; the Texas Midland Railroad later Southern Pacific in ; and the Paris and Mount Pleasant Pa-Ma Line in Paris Union Station, built , served Frisco], Santa Fe, and Texas Midland passenger trains until Today, the station is used by the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce and serves as the research library for the Lamar County Genealogical Society.
The city is home to several lateth to midth century stately homes. Among these is the Rufus Fenner Scott Mansion, designed by German architect J.
Wees and constructed in The structure is solid concrete and steel with four floors. Rufus Scott was a prominent businessman known for shipping, imports, and banking.
He was well known by local farmers, who bought aging transport mules from him. The Scott Mansion narrowly survived the fire of After the fire, Scott brought the architect Wees back to Paris to redesign the historic downtown area.
Camp Maxey is maintained by a Texas Army National Guard unit. Paris was named the "Best Small Town in Texas" by Kevin Heubusch in his book The New Rating Guide to Life in America's Small Cities Since , The Paris News has served as the newspaper in the city of Paris.
It circulates daily in the city and throughout Lamar County, as well as in neighboring Delta , Fannin , and Red River Counties in Texas and Choctaw County, Oklahoma.
Six radio stations are licensed in the city of Paris: KFYN , KZHN , KPLT AM , KOYN , KBUS , KITX , and KPLT-FM. Paris is served by KXII ; the low-power translator station KXIP-LD channel 12 is in Paris.
Race relations in Paris have a bloody history and have been deeply polarized, turbulent, and sometimes explosive. In the lateth and earlyth centuries, several lynchings were staged at the Paris Fairgrounds as public spectacles, with thousands of white spectators cheering as the victims were tortured and then immolated, dismembered, or otherwise murdered.
On July 7, there was the Lynching of Irving and Herman Arthur. Two white men were arrested, but the prosecutor cited lack of evidence and declined to press charges, and no serious subsequent attempt to find other perpetrators was made.
This caused unrest in the Paris African-American community. Following this incident, an attempt by the United States Department of Justice Justice Community Relations Service to initiate a dialog between the races in the town  ended in failure when African-American complaints were mostly met by silent glares.
A protest rally over the case let to Texas State Police intervention to prevent groups shouting "white power! Three months earlier, the same judge had sentenced a year-old white girl to probation for arson.
This sentencing disparity occasioned nationwide controversy  and the African-American girl was released after serving one year on orders of a special conservator appointed by the State of Texas to investigate problems with the state's juvenile-justice practices.
In , some African-American workers at the Turner Industries plant in the city claimed that hangman's nooses, Confederate flags, and racist graffiti were regular features of plant culture.
In , the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled after an investigation that African-American workers at the Sara Lee Corporation plant in Paris closed in  were deliberately exposed disproportionately to asbestos, black mold, and other toxins, and also were targets of racial slurs and racist graffiti.
Some Paris residents deny that the town has a race-relations problem. Superville commented "I do not believe there is systematic racial discrimination in Lamar County.
I do believe there is a misperception that that is going on". Census Bureau , the city has a total area of Paris has a humid subtropical climate Cfa in the Köppen climate classification.
It is located in " Tornado Alley ", an area largely centered in the middle of the United States in which tornadoes occur frequently because of weather patterns and geography.
Paris is in USDA plant hardiness zone 8a for winter temperatures. This is cooler than its southern neighbor Dallas , and while similar to Atlanta, Georgia , it has warmer summertime temperatures.
Average precipitation is Snow is not unusual, but is by no means predictable, and years can pass with no snowfall at all. On April 2, , Paris was hit by an F4 tornado that destroyed more than 1, homes, and left 10 people dead, injured, and 3, homeless.
As of the census  of , 25, people, 10, households, and 6, families resided in the city. The population density was The 11, housing units averaged The racial makeup of the city was Hispanics or Latinos of any race were 8.
Of the 10, households, About The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was distributed as The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were In the past, Paris was a major cotton exchange, and the county was developed as cotton plantations.
While cotton is still farmed on the lands around Paris, it is no longer a major part of the economy. Paris' one major hospital has two campuses: Paris Regional Medical Center South formerly St.