Nakul’s review published on Letterboxd:
Wim Wenders' neo-noir, The American Friend is an existential play disguised as a thriller. This film is just dripping with mood, tone and atmosphere. Shot with perfection by Robby Müller, it's one of the most visually pleasing movies I've ever seen. I wanted to live inside the palette of this film. Bruno Ganz gives a really beautiful performance, tinged with melancholy and Dennis Hopper as Tom Ripley was wonderfully peculiar.
Those train & subway sequences were so great.