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Warning: watching Jim Jarmusch's Paterson may make you re/discover your inner poet

Sometimes when I see a film
Like Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson just now
I think about you and how
We used to talk about films.

How can it be… 64 more words

Happiness

Paterson's lunchbox & Coloring in the black hole : Chronicle 3

Watching Paterson, a movie by J. Jarmusch, “A quiet observation of the triumphs and defeats of daily life, along with the poetry evident in its smallest details.” 312 more words

The Wheels on the Bus 

I have heard of a soft launch before, but Paterson’s arrival for rent on iTunes was softer than a light breeze, that is invisible and almost impossible to detect. 513 more words

Writing

REVIEW -- Paterson (2016)

This week sees the home release of Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson, his first film since 2013’s Only Lovers Left Alive (which I adored). Unlike most of Jarmusch’s recent films, Paterson comes without the sugar-frosting of genre tropes. 309 more words

Film

Paterson (Jim Jarmusch, USA 2016)

“‘I breathe poetry’ … the movie is about: the conviction that if you can live at least part of your life breathing poetry (and that poetry is not necessarily a verbal thing), you can make your life more worthwhile.” 41 more words

Drama,

Paterson

‘Paterson’: Driver takes control of city bus, lets Jarmusch’s hipster haven have its way

By Tom Meek
Thursday, January 19, 2017

There’s a quirky poetic flow to “Paterson” as in nearly every Jim Jarmusch film, seeping outward in languorous yet artful movements, and while “Paterson” is tightly coddled, it’s also one of the director’s more earthy and accessible efforts – something akin to the universality of a Frost poem, possessing the ability to sate on many levels while appealing to a diverse audience. 724 more words

Film

Paterson: A Review

I saw a film last night at the Midtown Art Cinema in Atlanta, and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it. Paterson is Jim Jarmusch’s latest work about a bus driver/poet named Paterson who lives in Paterson, NJ. 871 more words