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Director Wim Wenders, Writer Sam Shepard,and Cinematographer Robby Muller all did splendid work with this film.
In him's a heart that's torn between his love for what he knows and for what he wants to run away from, between his son, Hunter, his ex-wife Jane, and himself.
To be honest, I couldn't understand what all the fuss was about until toward the end of the movie; it really carries an emotional punch with it.
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