Pop-Up Cinema: Paris, Texas

Pop-Up Cinema: Paris, Texas
Wim Wenders, Paris, Texas, 1984 (still)


During November and December, the Zabludowicz Collection screens classic American movies in parallel with Laurel Nakadate's exhibition.
Screenings start at 4pm and are free

Sunday 4 December, 4pm
Dir. Wim Wenders

Winner of the Cannes Palme d'Or for Best Film in 1984, Paris, Texas is an unusual road movie with a screenplay by acclaimed playwright Sam Shepard. It tells the tale of Travis (Harry Dean Stanton), a man who reappears from the desert near the Mexican border after four years.

He traces his brother Walt (Dean Stockwell) who is bringing up Hunter (Hunter Carson), his seven-year-old son, his ex-wife Jane (Natassja Kinski) having abandoned him at Walt's door several years before. As virtual strangers, Hunter and Travis begin to build a wary friendship and conspire to find Jane and bring her back to be a real family.

Running time: 148 minutes&nnbsp;

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