Drama • R • 1995 • 2 hr 1 min
Robert Mitchum, John Hurt, Lance Henriksen, and Neil Young's soundtrack.
Very interesting. Love how the movie progressed
Early indie Depp and a bizarre and unique premise.
Excellent film, criminally under seen. One of my favorites from Jarmusch. The score is incredible too.
Put together Jarmusch, Depp, Iggy Pop and Neil Young and what do you get? A rock ‘n roll western! And a very fine one at that.
Weirdest road movie. You have to be in certain mood to watch it - way too drank or way too sober, I'm not sure.
A kind of journey into the jarmusch’s head ...
Indie film that’s heavily symbolic & spectacularly done. Very “film noir”.
A slow, meditative, and visually stunning Neo western
Beautifully filmed. A lot of interesting ideas. Slow paced, but very engaging
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