Saw in 35mm, hit me like a truck all over again. Maybe the strongest case we have in the nobody understands america more than non-americans argument. Wenders and Müller show sandstone buttes and big ugly square skyscrapers are both as equally indicative of America as each other. All these roads and concrete highways we’ve built across the sprawling land lead to nowhere… or maybe all lead to the same place? Deeply rich film.