This screening is part of an 'Adapting Miss Highsmith' season at the Rio Cinema. You can find the full details via the season website here. This film is part of a double-bill with The Glass Cell (Geissendorfer, 1978).
Chicago Reader review:
This gripping 1977 American thriller from Wim Wenders turns back on itself with deadly European irony. Dennis Hopper is an international art smuggler, Bruno Ganz is a Hamburg craftsman. Together they commit a murder and briefly become friends. The film has a fine grasp of tenuous emotional connections in the midst of a crumbling moral universe. Wenders's films (Kings of the Road, Alice in the Cities) are about life on the edge; this is one of his edgiest.
Here (and above) is the trailer.