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Paris, Texas (1984), dir. Wim Wenders

The silhouette of the man and the buildings which are engulfed many vibrant unique colors. The sunset, the few lights on inside the building, and the green light beaming down from above.

Paris, Texas, Distance and Almost No Humans in Wim Wender's 'Written in the West' | ASX

I just watched "Paris, Texas" yesterday on TV, it blew my mind and melt my heart. Now it makes so much sense to me that Wim Wenders is a photographer too. Here a picture from Wim Wenders

COLOR: I love the dead design from yesteryear. The color use in the 70s and early 80s was fantastic. It's like they stuck to the principles of the color wheel. This reminds me of old SONY VHS tape cases. It's hypnotic in a way.

COLOR: I love the dead design from yesteryear. The color use in the and early was fantastic. It's like they stuck to the principles of the color wheel. This reminds me of old SONY VHS tape cases. It's hypnotic in a way.

What would you little maniacs like to do first? Weird Science - Kelly LeBrock. This is why I'm attracted to women with dark, curly hair...

Kelly LeBrock hot brunette girl retro squirt is so happening at Best Hot Girls Pics. Do you shaft-yankers recall the 1985 thick release of Weird Science?