Articles tagged jim jarmusch

‘Paterson’ and the Role of the Silent Artist

Paterson uses poetry as an outlet of expression that can be pursued in the confines of his small boat upon the ocean.

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Cannes 2016: The Verdict of ‘The Nine-Headed Beast’ (and the Verdict on the Verdict)

Cannes 2016 was distinguished by a range of strong films, but the decisions of this year’s Competition jury felt more politically than artistically motivated.

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29 Jul 2013 // 11:04 PM

SQÜRL:EP #1

This avant-garde and surreal four-track EP is a murky, noisy delight from a band so gleefully and enthusiastically "indie" they actually have Jim Jarmusch as a member.

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21 May 2009 // 6:57 AM

What’s the deal with the two espressos, you ask? In Jim Jarmusch’s “The Limits of Control,” the indie filmmaker’s star, Isaach De

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1 May 2009 // 7:19 AM

The Limits of Control

The limits of control are simultaneously intimate and global. And Isaac De Bankolé's face reveals just as much as you can know.

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4 Jan 2009 // 9:00 PM

House of the Rising Punk

A top-notch intro to CBGB's... from a German TV documentary? Gabba Gabba Hey!

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8 Nov 2007 // 9:59 PM

Night on Earth

Night on Earth consists of a pleasingly varied collection of tales yet each is infused with the director’s own brand of subtle affection, offbeat musings and wit.

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10 Oct 2007 // 11:00 PM

Stranger Than Paradise

Stranger Than Paradise is a sedate and captivating antidote to bombastic contemporary Hollywood cinema. Who knew the boredom of others could be so fascinating?

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5 Aug 2005 // 1:00 AM

Broken Flowers (2005)

A sort of minimalist male melodrama, Broken Flowers tracks a journey through regret and hope.

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Coffee and Cigarettes (2004)

Coffee and Cigarettes is a return, of sorts, for Jim Jarmusch.

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Coffee and Cigarettes (2004)

Coffee and Cigarettes is a return, of sorts, for Jim Jarmusch.

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Coffee and Cigarettes (2004)

On its own terms, Coffee and Cigarettes is an effective addiction movie, self-indulgent but also familiar and low-key.

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Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (2000)

Jim Jarmusch’s new feature, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, is much like other Jim Jarmusch films: the pace is slightly slow, the

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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