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Directed Viewing: The End of Jarmusch and “The Limits of Control”

This is it, friends and readers–the end of this current series of Directed Viewing. If this is your first time wandering in, Directed Viewing is a continuing series where I take a look at the filmography of a given director, … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: The Zen of Murray and “Broken Flowers”

Welcome to Directed Viewing, the series where I take a look at the filmography of any given director one movie at a time. We are rounding the corner on the work of Jim Jarmusch, that too-cool indie darling back before … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: “Coffee and Cigarettes”

Hello and welcome to Directed Viewing, the series where I take a look at the filmography of any given director one movie at a time. So far we’ve been having quite a time with that auteur of the indie 80s, … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: “Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai”

Hello and welcome to Directed Viewing, my series of pieces charting my efforts in filling in gaps in my cinematic knowledge by watching all the films in a specific director’s filmography, usually in chronological order. We are neck deep in … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Unexpected Reversals and “Dead Man”

Here we are at the latest edition of Directed Viewing, where I take a look at a specific director’s filmography movie by movie. It’s been two weeks since our last article, as I was laid low by illness (and honestly … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Repeated Sentiment and “Night on Earth”

Hey everyone. Welcome to Directed Viewing, where I pick a director and watch their entire filmography for little more than the sake of my own satisfaction and hopefully your enjoyment. I am the trained monkey of film watching. We’re on … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Trying Days of Jarmusch, “Mystery Train”

If you’ll permit me to be reflective for a little bit this week, one of the best parts of these director-specific projects is that it leads you into places that you’d rarely go normally. Now, that’s a good thing abstractly, … Continue reading

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