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Paterson (2016)

Jim Jarmusch is great lover of poetry. That much is clear in his latest film, ‘Paterson’, an understated, quiet film where on the surface it seems not a lot happens, though the essence of all life bubbles underneath. 1,081 more words



This review first appeared in the Sunday Star-Times, 1st January 2017

5 stars, Rated M, 118 mins

I’m not the first to rave about Jim Jarmusch’s latest love story, but I’ll tell you why I think it’s sending critics into paroxysms of gratitude and appreciation. 383 more words

Film Comment

Neoclassical gazing

Yesterday I reached 20 thousand cold steps, through the beige and vaulted ceilings of the city.

It felt like walking through thin never ending layers of ice. 467 more words


Issue 2 of Volume 2 - 1/16/17

The time I didn’t have worms, Jim Jarmusch’s new film, Adam Driver, Slogans and more today on the podcast.



Paterson is a movie that finds the sublime in the ordinary

Every morning, Paterson (Adam Driver) wakes up in the arms of his wife Laura (Golshifeth Farahani) between 6:15 and 6:30. He has his Cheerios and then walks to work. 1,100 more words

Brandon Wagner

Celebrate Life, Art And Fish With Jarmusch's 'Paterson'

 Paterson is the latest from Jim Jarmusch, one of Hollywood’s beloved indie filmmakers, speaking ‘indie’ in Gus Van Sant indie-terms, rather than, Terrence Malik… 723 more words


Not Blissfully Domestic

Don’t mean to sound like a spoiled little bitch right now, however all I can say is laundry is no picnic, and I rather not do it ever again. 106 more words