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PATERSON – A FINE NEW FILM FROM JIM JARMUSCH

Here’s a ready made New Years Resolution. See Jim Jarmusch’s new film, PATERSON.

Set in Paterson, New Jersey, the film is about a local bus driver called Paterson, and chronicles both the routine and the surprises that make up seven days of his life.

Paterson lives with Laura, whom he adores, cuddling and caressing her crannies as he nestles her nooks on waking, come work day or weekend.

On the first morning, she wakes too, telling him of a dream in which they were the proud parents of twins. Preternaturally, Paterson encounters twins throughout the day, and the days thereafter. Continue reading PATERSON – A FINE NEW FILM FROM JIM JARMUSCH

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE

Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton in Jim Jarmusch's latest, ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE
Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton in Jim Jarmusch’s latest, ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE

Jim Jarmusch has snatched the vampire story from the snivelling snot nosed tweenies and transfused it into an intelligent, funny, literate love story in ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (M).

With so many movies going for the event status, ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE goes for the experience quotient.

From the opening aerial shot of an old 45 revolving and morphing into shots of the lovers, Adam and Eve, Jarmusch weaves his mesmerising bohemian story of enduring love and curiosity.

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