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Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999)

“…’Night Nurse’? You read that?”
“Nope. I just like the cover.”

On the face of it, and from the title, it’s hard to figure out whether to be excited or horrified by a movie like  970 more words


Jim Jarmusch and Independent Film

I love independent film. For me, it is where most of the great filmmaking takes place today. Independent film is also the place where we find a lot of undiscovered talent. 79 more words


Jim Jarmusch: Coffee and Cigarettes

İkisinin de tüter dumanı…
Keyifli sohbetler…

Jarmush ne yalan söyleyeyim nesnel değerlendiremediğim sinemacılardan. Çünkü hemen her izlediğim filminde büyük keyif alıyorum. Müzik bilgisi, müziğe yaklaşımı, filmlerindeki müzik kullanımı da cabası. 253 more words


Only Lovers Left Alive - Review and track listing


Being a fan of Jim Jarmusch’s previous films, I knew what to expect with his easy going, uncomplicated, predictable, shooting style. It’s most welcome (he’s doing his thing, but with Vampires and more layers than ‘Broken Flowers’)! 611 more words


Jim Jarmusch: Thinking in Black-and-White

Unknowingly, Jim Jarmusch and his black-and-white nonchalance entered my life when my first boyfriend bought me a copy of Coffee and Cigarettes (2003) for my 16th birthday. 590 more words