Directed By Wim Wenders
Cinematography by Robby Müller
A man named Travis has disappeared for over four years. His brother, Walt, finally gets information on where he is and they begin on a path of recovery for Trav. He spends the rest of the time trying to figure out the rest of his personal and family issues, within himself, his son (who has been staying with Walt), and Jane - the mother of their child.
The first time you watch this movie, it feels as vast as the long roads of the American highways that it features itself. And the end monologue is a work of art in its own. Dark tones and subject matter make this a textured and rich narrative that holds up incredibly well over 30 years later now. With brilliant acting from every single member of the small cast and beautiful cinematography by Robby Müller, this film is easily in my Top 10.