JJ is the last of the filmmakers. I've meticulously seen all Jim Jarmusch's films.They are fantastic & leave you with a ZEN quality feelings that remain with you for the rest of your life. I'll find the DVD & will watch THE LIMITS OF CONTROL.Platinum Thanks to John Schaefer for inviting Jim Jarmusch at SOUNDCHECK.Cheers.Hamid.www.videopix.co.ukwww.videopix.zenfolio.comwww.flickr.videopix.com
Everything Jim does touches me in a unique way,that archetypical Jarmuschesque way. His grasp of pace alone is ridiculous,totally organic without being natural.
Stellar follow-up to the NYC Dwtn show!
Jim Jarmusch immortalized the dreary winters of my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, in his great "Stranger Than Paradise," and I can never hear "I Put a Spell on You" without thinking of it.
Jim Jarmusch and Steve Earle/Townes Van Zandt on one show--I am in heaven!
Much respect to Jim Jarmusch, his directing skills, and his understanding of how music and sound meshes with cinema.
Question: Do you feel a mood or a tone with certain while you are working on film projects and then piece together a soundtrack/score, or does the music come before the rest of the storytelling techniques?
Dead Man has possibly the most powerful and well-suited score I've heard in any film, ever. I go back and listen to it independently of the movie often.
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