Stranger Than Paradise

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Stranger Than Paradise movie poster.

Movie (1984)

Starring:
John Lurie (Willie)
Eszter Balint (Eva)
Richard Edson (Eddie)
Cecillia Stark (Aunt Lotte)
Danny Rosen (Billy)
Rammellzee (Man With Money)

This is about a self-styled New York hipster who is paid a surprise and quite unwelcome visit by his pretty sixteen-year-old Hungarian cousin. From initial hostility and indifference a strange affection grows between the two exiles. Due to complete boredom they decide to visit their aunt in the wastelands of Cleveland and then proceed to sunny Florida where they lose all their money and unwittingly gain a fortune. With a final ironic twist, they are at the end, back where they began.

Boeing 727-221 Advanced & Boeing 727-25

A Pan Am 727, and landing 727 of Eastern Air Lines.

Boeing 727-221 Advanced of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways and Boeing 725-25 of Eastern Air Lines.

Boeing 737-200

At first glance it reminds Northwest Orient Airlines livery, but this company never operated the 737.

Boeing 737-200.


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