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Pina Bausch is a legendary dancer and choreographer. Her unique creations transformed the language of dance, offering a visual experience like no other. Acclaimed German auteur Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, The Buena Vista Social Club) presents a revolutionary new 3D film that captures the aesthetic of Bausch’s greatest works in an utterly thrilling way. A feast for the senses, this promises to be one of the cinema experiences of the year.
Pina Bausch è una coreografa di fama mondiale. Le sue creazioni trasformano il linguaggio della danza, offrendo un'esperienza senza equali. L'acclamato regista tedesco Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas, The Buena Vista Social Club) presenta un rivoluzionario 3D che cattura l'estetica del lavoro della Bauch in modo unico. Una festa per i sensi che si preannuncia l'evento cinematografico dell'anno.
Sebastian Arce y Mariana Montes
Paris, Texas (Gotan Proj)
Torino Tango Festival 2007
Brandon McClelland Dragging Death Update
NBPP in Paris, Texas
First cabin scene with Nasstasia Kinski
Humble attempt at the Main Theme from the movie PARIS TEXAS composed by Ry Cooder ( No Cowboy Hat Remix) . Filmed in Maesycwmmer South Wales U.K. ..home of the Blues and not much else.
From the movie Paris, Texas - Travis (Harry Dean Stanton) emerges from the desert on the hunt for water.
Photo's of Route 66 with music of Ry Cooder
This is one of my all-time favorite movies, thanks to Richard Farnsworth who portrayed Alvin Straight in such a subtle and heartfelt way that it moved me to tears and literally made my heart ache...
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Music: Marcelo Zarvos - Reprise
Richard Farnsworth (Spartacus, Anne of Green Gables)
Sissy Spacek (In the Bedroom, Stephen King's Carrie)
Harry Dean Stanton (Paris Texas, Wild at Heart, Alien Autopsy)
"We are the children of Fritz Lang and Werner von Braun," reads the manifesto on the wall, shot in stark black and white by Martin Schäfer, as David Bowie sings 'Helden'. Co-produced by Wim Wenders and starring Lisa Kreuzer, Radio On wears its German influences so brazenly on its sleeve that it's almost a surprise to find its taciturn anti-hero Robert B heading in the opposite direction, towards Bristol. Wenders had to go to the US to make his own most famous road movie, Paris, Texas (W. Germany/France, 1984), but Chris Petit succeeded with Radio On in making a distinctive and culturally English road movie, a peculiar exception in a British cinema rarely given to following highways.
After the road, Radio On's real star is its soundtrack of late-70s oddities, from Wreckless Eric to Lene Lovich. The significance of contemporary popular music in defining a film can't be unfamiliar to anyone who went to the cinema in the 1990s, but unlike Trainspotting (d. Danny Boyle, 1996) or Pulp Fiction (US, 1994) the music in Radio On has an uneasy relationship with the diegesis. Songs work their way into the film's fabric, but only when the next cut ends sound as well as image are we reminded that the music was in the background all along, and someone was listening to it.
Like the music, everything in Radio On, from Baader-Meinhof graffiti to the branding on a lonely rural petrol station, carries the sense of having been put there deliberately. It's no accident either that Robert is a DJ by trade, but as a character he is a cipher: Petit concentrates instead on the English landscape, and Modernist architecture, viewed through a naturally cinematic car windscreen.
Rarely seen between its release in 1980 and recent reissue, Radio On has acquired the reputation of a film that diagnoses its moment: the bleakness and emotional autism of post-punk Britain before Thatcher. Seen again in the 21st century, its points of reference seem more eclectic. The robotic melodies of Kraftwerk, the manic pub funk of Ian Dury and the progressive electronica of Robert Fripp all belong to very different musical traditions. Correspondingly, Northern Ireland, the trivia of British rock history and the fallout of the 1960s sexual revolution are now considered part of quite separate historical narratives. For all Robert's lack of obvious emotional responses, Radio On remains his own intensely personal journey.
Mítico DJ, productor y artista valenciano.
En su juventud fue piloto de competición de motocross. Posteriormente, como disc jockey, pasó diez años mezclando música electrónica de la década de 1980; su estilo musical va desde el electropunk a la música industrial, semejante a Front 242 o Renegade Sound Wave. Su popularidad como pinchadiscos empezó en la discoteca Arsenal de Oliva y "El Templo" (antes llamada "Paris-Texas") en Cullera.
Todo un icono de los 90.
The clip terry relives the day from Missing (1982)
'That's the morning the coup started?'
The 24-hour curfew had shut everything down.
The phones were out. Charlie freaked because he couldn't reach Beth.
Did you pick that up from Charlie?
Charles picked it up from me. What happened next?
Well, we stayed at the hotel. We didn't have much choice.
That's when you met all the Americans?
And they were caught up by the coup also?
Then you met Babcock?
No. Him we met the next morning. Wednesday, September 12.
Me permite su periodico, senor.
You would do better to ask in English, monsieur.
Tu es francais? Pardon.
I come from Paris, Texas, boy.
Red, white and blue.
Well, you fooled me.
I was just pulling your leg there...
Nice to meet you. This is my friend, Terry Simon.
How are you?
Yes, you are.
Erm... That's my friend.
Do you mind?
No, help yourself.
What'd you say your name was?
My name's Andrew Babcock.
Nice to meet you.
Thanks a lot. Are you a tourist?
No, not exactly.
What are you doing down here?
The navy sent me down here to do a job and, er... she's done.
Where are you stationed?
Panama's my home base, if that's what you mean.
You said you're with the navy.
I'm retired. I'm on a special assignment.
Really? What's it like in Panama?
And it's a good place to keep an eye on everything.
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This video was created as an example of the importance of filming the police. Video provides transparency, accountability, and an accurate account of incidents that occur. It is no secret that the United States has a serious problem with police abuse, brutality, and corruption. It is essential for civilians to document their encounters with police officers to ensure transparency, accountability, and safety to all of those involved.
Police departments have, for too long, tried to bully, intimidate, threaten, arrest, or otherwise harass law abiding citizens from recording the activities of law enforcement in public. Enough is enough! It is time for all of us to take a stand and expose police brutality when we witness it. Even if the officers behavior is correct, and justifiable, we still encourage the recording of the police activities for the transparency and accountability that is desperately needed in many departments.
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Cops on Camera (multiple segments)
Citizen attacks Baltimore Police -- caught on tape
Houston Police BEATING Teen Suspect Chad Holley
Police Brutality: NYPD Beat Man's Legs w/ Baton For Not Getting Up!
FREEDOM WATCH WITH JUDGE NAPOLITANO
MSNBC on NYPD Police Brutality during Occupy Wall Street Lawrence O'Donnell with "The Last Word"
Raw Video: Police Beating Caught on Tape
Paris Texas Police Officer Throws Teen on Car
Raw Video: Deputy Shown Kicking Teen Girl
#OWSwest #J20 #SFPD Attacks Innocent Protesters; Officer M. Ali #619 Breaks My Cam
Raw Video: Ala. Officers Fired After Beating Man
Cop Punching Handcuffed Man Video Now Has Sound
Surveillance video: Iraq War veteran beaten
Sante Fe cop caught beating handcuffed teen; fired, rehired!
officer beating 66-year-old man suffering from dementia
Female Cop Tirelessly Beats Man with her Baton
Police Brutality: Dog Walker w/ Camera Beaten By Cops!
ABC Reporter Arrested in Denver Taking Pictures of Senators
Music titles used
In Order of appearance:
Two Steps From Hell - Lost In Asia
Sirens Call - Epic Score
Two Steps From Hell - Never Forget
Two Steps From Hell - Lord of two lands
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The rest is random ambient music.
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