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What the hell?
Hey ...
You know which side of the border you're on?
You got a name part?
Guess ...
something must have cut your tongue out.
either that or,
you got something ...
to hide.
It's all I can tell.
you hear me plain enough.
Walter A. Henderson.
Now I wanna ask you one last question.
You see this here card?
Is this you?
Or a relative of yours?
Well, I'm gonna call up this number,
and see if they can tell me who you are.
I ain't got beds enough to be putting up mutes.
Operator, I need a line out please. Los Angels, California ...
Uh ... what?
Well can you ... can you tell me the exact location of your hospital down there?
where the hell is that?
Oh, OK, all right.
Yeah, uh ... OK I'll be there. I'll get there as fast as I can.
Just, will you tell him that I'm coming, OK?
Steven, I think you're gonna have to change that ...
- This section right here? - Yeah, because it's in the copy.
Anne, honey ...
I just got this strangest phone call.
Who from?
From some hospital in south Texas, place called Terlingua.
They say they've found Travis.
Oh no!
What are you going to do?
- I'll go down and get him. - Oh Walt ...
What am I gonna do? I can't leave him down there!
What about Hunter?
What am I supposed to tell him?
I'll just tell him I had to go on a business trip.
I mean about Travis.
Well ...
I guess you'd better tell him the truth.
10 to Van Horn, 90,
to Alpine, 118 south...
You must be the brother of the mute.
- Mute? - Yeah!
They couldn't squeez the time of day out of him.
Must be in a kind of jam. Huh?
I don't know. I haven't seen him in over four years.
Is that right? Well ...
A lot can happen to a man in four years, I guess.
All kinds of trouble.
Expensive trouble.
What do you mean?
Well, down here,
a man gets himself into a fix sometimes,
It costs a little to get him out.
You understand what I mean.
I don't understand you.
I wish you get to the point, 'cause I'd like to see my brother.
All right sir, but first I would like to ask you something.
Did your brother ever get hisself into a car wreck?
Uh, car wreck ...? No.
Not that I know of.
Then, he must be mixing with some hard company.
I'd like to see my brother now, if you don't mind.
He disappeared.
You mean, he's not here?
After I came all this way?
He's been gone since early this morning.
We have his possessions. Nevertheless ...
saved some.
We'd be glad to turn them over to you,
soon as you take care of our little reward.
Travis! Hey.
Don't you recognize me? It's Walt.
It's your brother, Walt.
What the hell happened to you anyway? You look like fourty miles of rough road.
Come on, let's get in the car. Trav?
Come on.
Here, Travis, your stuff.
I got that back at that clinic back there.
Sure pick the hell of a spot to land in.
I don't blame you for running out of it.
Um ... look Trav,
we got quite a bit of travelling to do here,
you're not gonna clam up the whole way, are you?
I mean it'd get kind of lonely.
Would you mind telling me where you disappeared to for the last four years?
Uh ... have you seen Jane? Or talk to her?
Gee, Anne and I uh ...
we sort of gave up on you, we actually ...
we thought you were dead, boy.
Well it's pretty uh ...
Well uh ...
Oh, Gee, Trav, maybe you wanna ...
get cleaned up, you know, take a shower or something?
Uh ... I think I'll go back into town, I'll get you some new clothes.
You could use a new set of clothes, couldn't ya?
What si- size shoes you wear?
Let's see.
They're probably one size bigger, huh?
So where did you find that beard?
It's pretty snazzy.
OK I'll zip into town, and zip right back.
I won't be gone long.
You'll be OK, won't you, Trav?
Yeah I'll- I will be right back.
Damn it!
You mind telling me where you're headed, Trav?
What's out there?
There's nothing out there.
Don't you trust me or something, huh?
I'm just trying to help you, Trav. That's all.
Come on, it's all right.
Come on with me in the car.
Bet it feels good to be in new clothes, huh?
Hi, Hunter, it's Daddy.
I thought you'd be in bed already.
I'm not sleepy.
Guess who I'm visiting ... here in Texas?
Your father.
Do you remember your father?
Not at all?
I remember he was kind of skinny.
He was?
Sort of.
Well guess what?
I don't know.
I'm gonna bring him home to visit.
do you remember your little boy, Hunter?
Well he's with us.
He's been living with Anne and me ever since you disappeared.
We didn't know what else to do.
So, we just kept him.
One day,
he was just standing at the door.
All he could tell us was someone brought him there in a car.
He didn't know what'd happened to you,
or Jane.
So we tried everything we could think of to find you, or Jane.
Tried to locate her, she'd vanished too.
We didn't know what else to do.
I don't know what kind of trouble you got into.
I don't know what happened.
But damn it, I am your brother, man.
You can talk to me.
I'm tired of doing all the talking.
Fill it with unleaded, please.
You know, I'm getting a little sick of this silence routine.
You can talk!
I can be silent too, you know.
I'd just as soon that both of us keep our mouths shut for the whole rest of the trip. You don't ...
Did you ever go to Paris?
Could we go there now?
It's a little out of the way.
Oh, no, I've never even been to Europe.
Anne keeps wanting to go there.
'Cause what's, she's from France, you remember?
But we never seemed to find the time,
'cause my company keeps me kind of busy.
Let's go Trav.
What's the matter?
Where're we going?
We're gonna fly to L.A.
You are not afraid of flying, are you?
We're ... leaving the ground?
Because it's too far to drive.
It would take extra two days. I can't afford the time, Trav.
B-It's just easier to fly, Trav. It's faster.
Come on.
I'll get you home, OK.
When I get you home, get you settled, then you can do whatever you want.
Let me out, would you?
Sir, we can't stop the plane every time somebody gets terrified.
Don't get on the plane and then refuse to leave the ground!
Don't do things like that! This is no wilderness.
You are out with people now.
- OK? - You should have hired a private plane.
Do you realize how many people you're detaining?
I'm sorry! I'm sorry! I'm sorry! OK!
- OK, bye now. - Bye now.
This is getting a little ridiculous, Travis.
Are you gonna leave me?
No, I'm not gonna leave you.
It's all right if you leave me.
I don't know, honey, no. He just, he just panicked or something.
Well, it won't do any good to try another plane. It wasn't the plane.
He'll just get off again.
we're just gonna have to drive it, that's all.
Yeah, it'll take to good two days.
... I don't understand why you have to have the very same car you had before?
They are all alike.
All the cars we have here are Birds,
Olds, and Chevies, or whatever.
I am not even sure I can locate the same car ...
- you had before. - I know, I know.
Uh, my brother left something in the car.
we hope we can search the car and find it.
Oh well, I'll just contact the lost and found department ...
- for you, if that's the case sir. - No, no, we have to have the very same car.
Well I can't do that!
There's no way I can trace that car for you.
Why not? You got the license number right on your form there.
- Well, yeah. - Just give us the license number, We'll find it.
But I can't allow you on the lot, sir.
Why not? We're already on it!
I just have to ask you to come back to the office with me.
- Travis! - What?
I don't think we're gonna get the very same car.
But I can rent you mile that just like the one you rent before, sir.
We need the same car, Walt. How are we gonna go on another car?
Give us the number, will you please!
Come on, Pretty please!
All right, that number is 667-DJP.
- Remember that? 667-DJP. - That's right.
- It's-it's got a bump on the hood. - Yes, it does.
- What's that? - What?
That you got in your hand.
A picture.
A picture of what?
A picture of...
of uh ... Paris.
Paris? Really?
Yes. A picture of a piece of Paris.
Where did you get a picture of Paris?
Can I see it?
This is it? This is Paris?
Looks just like Texas to me.
It is.
Paris, Texas?
It's right here on the map.
Is there really a place called "Paris, Texas"?
It's right here!
How come you get a picture of a vacant lot of Paris, Texas?
It's mine.
I know that, but how come you got it?
I purchased it, in the mail, ...
a long time ago.
You bought a picture of a vacant lot in the mail?
No, I bought the land.
Oh you bought that lot.
-Yes. - Oh, let me see it again.
There's nothing on it.
Why in hell would you want to buy a vacant lot in Paris, Texas for Christ's sake?
Um ...
I forgot.
Here, Trav.
Do you remember our Mama's very first name was?
No, I know. I mean, uh her ... before she found Daddy.
- Her maiden name? - Yeah.
You don't remember her maiden name?
Her father was.
I don't believe it!
You finally decided to eat!
Eating and talking!
Before you know it, you'll be back in the land of living, Trav.
You want me to drive?
Sure. Think you remember how?
My body remembers.
You can sleep while I drive.
Well Trav,
think maybe you're ready to ...
tell me what the hell happened to you over the last four years?
No, not yet.
Where are we Travis? What happened?
Why did we get off the highway?
Jesus Christ!
I can't even sleep for five minutes without some crisis!
Why did you turn off?
I don't know where I turned off. It didn't have a name.
That's great. That's just dandy.
Here we are in the middle of the Mojave Desert, in a place that doesn't have a name!
I can find the highway again.
Trav, I need to talk to you a little bit about Hunter.
How old is he now?
He's eight in January.
He's seven then.
But see what I want to talk about is uh ...
well, he's-he's like part of the family now.
Anne and me are like his parents now.
Anne's your wife?
Yeah. You remember her, don't you?
No. Does he think that you are his father?
Well ...
Anne told him you were coming.
Well who does he think I am?
I-I told him you are his father.
But see ...
well you've been gone a long time, Trav.
How long have I been gone, do you know?
Four years.
Is four years a long time?
Well, it is for a little boy.
It's half his life.
Half a boy's life.
I remember now!
Why I bought that land.
Oh, Why?
Well ...
Mama once told me that uh ...
that's where she and Daddy ... first ...
made love.
Oh, in Paris, Texas?
- She told you that? - Yeah.
So ... I figured that
that's where I-I have began.
I mean me, Travis Clay Henderson. They named me that.
I started out there.
- Paris, Texas huh? - Yeah.
So you think maybe you were conceived there?
- Yeah. - You could be right, Travis.
Daddy always had a joke about it.
What was the joke?
He's uh ... he would introduce Mama
as the girl he met in Paris.
Then he'd waited uh ...
before he said "Texas" till everybody thought that ...
he meant ...
he would wait before he said "Texas" till everybody thought ...
after everyone thought he was talking about Paris, France.
He always laughed real hard about it.
So you live in Los Angeles, huh?
Yeah, well we live in the suburbs but I got my business in town.
What's your business?
I make billboard signs for advertising.
Oh, yeah?
So you're the one who makes those, huh? I love those.
Some of them are beautiful.
I'm not the only one in the world that makes them, Trav.
Trav? This way.
Nice, huh? Just been in here three months.
I really like it. But I took a beating on the financing, I'll tell you.
Like everybody else in L.A., I guess.
Hi, baby.
Is everything OK here?
Oh sure, we just missed you a lot.
Yeah, I missed you too.
- Come on in. - Travis.
My God!
We were beginning to wonder if we'd ever see you again.
It's been so long.
Did you have a good trip?
Yeah, it was fine.
Hunter, this is Travis.
I bet it was really hard
coming across the Mojave Desert.
Too bad you have to drive.
What happened?
Well, Travis just ... didn't feel like flying.
Oh, I don't blame you.
I can't stand airplanes any more.
Especially since we live in this house.
All we hear is planes,
day in and day out.
I like them.
You used to fly, didn't you Travis?
Oh, I thought I remember Jane
telling me once that you flew to Dallas together ...
or elsewhere.
Um ...
Maybe I'm mistaken.
Honey, he hasn't slept in a bed since we started for here,
I swear to God.
I don't think that's even necessary.
Where has he been sleeping, then?
Well, he doesn't sleep.
He has to sleep somewhere!
I don't think he's even gonna use it.
He's got to get tired sometime!
There is a towel for you, Travis.
And some underware and socks from Walt.
Good night.
Thank you.
OK, get some shuteye.
- Sweet dreams. - All right.
You polished them!
That's very nice of you, Travis.
Would you like to come in and have some breakfast?
Aren't you hungry?
We are going to have strawberry waffles.
Do you like them?
Do you want some?
there is hot coffee on the stove, if you want some.
Look at that truck!
- Decided to rough it, huh? - Yeah.
How did you do? Spitshine these?
I can get you a job in the airport doing that.
You want to trade these new boots for those old boots?
Yeah, you can wear them.
Thank you.
I have to rush out to get Hunter to school on time.
We will be back this afternoon.
Walt's office number is on the dining room table.
See you later.
- OK. - Bye.
- Anne. - Yeah?
I was just think maybe uh ... I could meet Hunter after school
and we could walk home together, if he wants to.
Uh, that sounds like a great idea, Travis.
Walk home? I don't want to walk home, Mom.
- Why? - Nobody walks, everybody drives.
Come on Hunter, it won't hurt you to
walk home once in your life.
No, no, I don't want to.
- Travis, I insist! It's what you're looking forward. - Eveybody will see me!
Walt can tell you how to get there. It is not far.
Get in the car, Hunter. We are late it is.
You're mean.
- Can I come with you? - Sure.
I'm really sorry about this, Travis.
It's not easy for him, Anne.
Anne it's OK. He's in here.
What're you doing?
Where to?
Just driving.
You're not hiding out in there, are you?
Hunter, Travis is your real Dad.
You know that, don't you?
Dad, when are they gonna make spaceships like they ...
make cars?
Hunter, I'm asking you a question. Can you answer it?
Well, Travis went to meet you at school,
and he wanted to walk you home.
Nobody walks.
That's not the point.
Travis is your real Dad and ...
he wants to talk to you.
Why? What about?
OK, come on, let's go have dinner.
Come on.
Hey Trav,
do you remember the time that Anne and me came on a visit to you about five years ago?
You and Jane were down in Texas right there on the coast.
Hunter was about three.
Don't you remember that?
I remember. We went fishing.
I took some super8 on that trip. And I put it all together.
Thought maybe you might like to see some of them.
What is it?
Movies. You know, super8.
- Oh! - Walt,
maybe Travis doesn't want ...
Well, maybe he'd like to wait a while before he looks at it.
You know, it's up to him.
I just thought maybe he'd like to see some of it.
Movies? Sure.
There's some great stuff on it. Some great shots of Hunter in it.
I've already seen it.
Well, you have to see it again.
Come on, help me set up the projector.
That's me driving.
I know you're gonna be good.
Time for bed now, Hunter.
Oh, Mom!
Don't complain. It's past 10.
- Good night, Dad. - Good night, baby.
Good night, Dad.
Do you think he still loves her?
How would I know that, Hunter?
I think he does.
How can you tell?
The way he looked at her.
You mean when you saw him in the movie?
Yeah, that's not her.
What do you mean?
That's only her in a movie ...
a long time ago ...
in a galaxy far far away.
What are you looking for?
Um, I'm looking for ...
the Father.
Your father?
No, no, just a father. Any father.
What does a father look like?
There're many different kinds of fathers, Senor Travis.
Well I just ... I just need one.
You think you're gonna find him in there?
Well I don't know where else to look.
Oh I see. You want to look like a father?
Tell me: do you want to be a rich father?
- A poor one? - No.
Eso gonpus.
In between.
No, no, there is no in-between.
You'd either be a rich father, or a poor one.
Bueno, un momento.
- Que Tal, eh? - Esta, Bueno.
OK, one thing you must remember:
to be a rich father, Senor Travis, you must look to the sky,
and never at the ground.
A little higher.
Eso. Mm-hmm.
Walk a minute.
No, este ...
You must walk stiff, Senor Travis.
Con confianza, cme, entiente? Con respecto.
- Dignity! - Eso.
Con dignidad.
Mm-hmm ...
You got it!
Who is that guy? You know him?
Yeah, he's my father's brother.
No, they're both brothers. No, they're both ...
they are both fathers.
No, forget it.
Both whos fathers? My fathers.
H-how how can you have two fathers?
Just lucky I guess.
- Well bye. - Bye.
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