Martin Scorsese and Isabella Rossellini rescued in Monument Valley in a convertible by Wim Wenders on a search for location for ‘Paris, Texas’ (1984). Photographed by Wim Wenders.
’…actually. Martin and Isabella had been to Telluride, just like me, and we had taken separate cars to drive to Las Vegas, I guess. In the middle of Monument Valley, I saw this car on the side of the road with a flat tire, and these legs sticking out from under it. I stopped and recognized Isabella Rossellini sunbathing on the back seat, and the man who crawled out from under the car was Scorsese. It turned out they didn’t even have a spare tire, so I took them with me…’ – Wim Wenders
His photographs that feel like dreams are available in print: Once by Wim Wenders (ISBN: 9781935202288).