Paris, Texas (1984)
Travis (Stanton's character) resembles very much to Ethan Edwards of The Searchers, besides Paris, Texas begins with Travis searches something in the desert as it was the case in The Searchers
at one point Hunter is wearing a pulover with the Enterprise on it
Hunter says the home movies were "a long time ago, in a galaxy far far away"
A man looks for a person everywhere, including dark places.
Hunter's bedsheets have the title of this movie on them
We see a poster of YENTL early in the film
mentioned by character
Brother cares for mentally distraught brother
It's the film Michael refers to Georgina when talking about he once saw a film where none of the characters spoke, and when one did, he lost interest is the movie. Michael himself doesn't speak for the first 52 minutes of "The Cook..."
mentioned in the TV special
Mike: "We return now to 'Paris, Texas.'"
"I can be silent too you know!"
The poster is hanging on the wall in Henrik's apartment
Referenced during the "The End of Violence" review.
"Western World Development Tract 8271"
The name of the character played by Amanda Peet (Paris Nevada) is a nod to Wim Wenders' movie. Like Paris Nevada, Jane from 'Paris, Texas' is a sex worker. In Malcolm's mind, Paris Nevada is a representation of his mother, also a sex worker who abandoned him as a child, like Jane did to her own son in 'Paris, Texas'.
A movie poster can be seen
Jake mentions this film to "Wim Wenders."
Video case is shown in a video store.
Liamm Neeson's character find's his lost son in a Peepshow.
The image of the main character standing in the middle of the desert wearing a cap
Seen on movie marquee.
This title is mentioned.
The film is mentioned in Salles' segment.
The name Travis was inspired by the main character of the film.
Rufus is a fan of Harry Dean Stanton, and this film is mentioned
A group of Paris, Texas residents reflect on the movie Paris, Texas by Wim Wenders
Peepshow booth, reflection of faces on the glass
DVD on shelf
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Harry Dean Stanton wears similar hat and the road story has resemblance to journey inside
Poster appears in a flashback scene
Mentioned by David Morrissey in conversation.
Jon mentions the film during a car ride, when the band first arrives in Texas.
Major influence according to the director. Framing, blocking, and compositions in a suburban setting.
on Sebastian's list of recommendations at the video store
Mentioned by Maarten van Rossem and Stefano Keizers
Mentioned by one of the characters.
In a news story, there's at least one poster of it on a wall.
A clip of Nastassja Kinski as Jane Henderson is included.
Featured in the Wim Wenders segment.
Several clips from Paris, Texas are shown.
Clips shown, Rich Hall discusses this film.
Paris, Texas is the movie Osman Efendi watches on TV in his bedroom.
Paris, Texas is the movie Nuri watches on TV.
Clips of Stanton's role as Travis Henderson is shown
Paris, Texas gets an honorable mention.
The booth scene is reenacted.