backtrack; Stranger than paradise (1984)

strangerthanparadise

This postmodern roadmovie is a concentrate of indie sensibilities – languid, small-scale, low-budget, anti-stylish, monochrome. Its aimless characters are lost in then-contemporary USA, not even bothering enough to be dazed and confused.

A multi-award-winning and hugely influential breakthrough for director Jim Jarmusch, carefully observing the nothingness of existence. In my book of unability and unfulfilment.

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