What Color Means in “Paris, Texas”
by Vaughan Supple
Wim Wenders’ Paris, Texas is a beautiful meditation on family, forgiving and forgetting, mending, bonding, hopes and dreams. Vaughan Supple analyzes Wim Wenders’ powerful use of color schemes in the film, to convey ideas about these themes.
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