Jim Jarmusch’s terrific urban fable features a completely convincing performance by Forest Whitaker as a Mafia hitman and a great soundtrack courtesy of RZA.


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Celine Danhier’s alternately fascinating and infuriating documentary takes a look at New York City’s “No Wave” filmmaking movement that featured such underground artists as Nick Zedd, Richard Kern and Jim Jarmusch.

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The companion piece to Smoke features many of the same characters ad-libbing various situations set in and around Harvey Keitel’s Brooklyn cigar shop.

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Bill Murray’s charming performance keeps the tank at least half-full throughout Jim Jarmusch’s underfocused road trip through an aging gigolo’s sexual past.

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Why walk when you can take the train? There’s something mysterious, strange and sometimes downright terrifying about riding the rails — these train-themed films will take you to unexpected destinations, and the journeys en route are full of surprises. All aboard!

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An ode to the gritty, no-rules ’70s NYC scene, filled with rare clips and interviews with Jim Jarmusch, John Waters, Steve Buscemi, Lydia Lunch, Thurston Moore, and more. In a broke, crime filled NYC, underground filmmakers, musicians and artists created the era’s most provocative work.

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