"Paterson" von Jim Jarmusch So poetisch kann Provinz sein. Ein dichtender Busfahrer -"Star Wars"-Star Adam Driver - fährt auf einer "magical. Paterson lebt und arbeitet als Busfahrer in der Kleinstadt Paterson im US-Bundesstaat New Jersey. Jeden Tag geht er exakt derselben Routine nach: Er fährt mit seinem Bus immer dieselbe Route, beobachtet die Welt um ihn herum und hört. »Paterson«ist auch ein Film über das Verhältnis zwischen Kreativität und Routine. Wie viel Routine brauchen Sie, um kreativ zu sein? Jim Jarmusch: Ich versuche.
Jim Jarmusch Paterson Emphatischer kann man über Dichtkunst kaum erzählen
Paterson lebt und arbeitet als Busfahrer in der Kleinstadt Paterson im US-Bundesstaat New Jersey. Jeden Tag geht er exakt derselben Routine nach: Er fährt mit seinem Bus immer dieselbe Route, beobachtet die Welt um ihn herum und hört. Paterson ist ein Film von Jim Jarmusch über einen Busfahrer, der sich der Lyrik verschrieben hat. Er feierte am Mai im Rahmen der Filmfestspiele von. Jarmusch feiert damit den privaten und sozialen Frieden - und den besonnt – erscheint Paterson auch in Jim Jarmuschs gleichnamigem Film. Auch das ist Amerika: Jim Jarmusch hat einen wunderbar lyrischen Film über einen Busfahrer in der Provinz gedreht. "Paterson" ist eine. Wenn seine Schritte die Nadelstiche sind, ist die Lyrik der feine Stoff, mit dem der Regisseur Jim Jarmusch in seinem Film Paterson () seiner Geschichte. "Paterson" von Jim Jarmusch So poetisch kann Provinz sein. Ein dichtender Busfahrer -"Star Wars"-Star Adam Driver - fährt auf einer "magical. Anfang der er-Jahre wurde Jim Jarmusch weltweit zur Ikone des US-Independent-Kinos. Sein neuer Film wirkt wie eine Art Gegenentwurf.
Anfang der er-Jahre wurde Jim Jarmusch weltweit zur Ikone des US-Independent-Kinos. Sein neuer Film wirkt wie eine Art Gegenentwurf. Jarmusch feiert damit den privaten und sozialen Frieden - und den besonnt – erscheint Paterson auch in Jim Jarmuschs gleichnamigem Film. "Paterson" von Jim Jarmusch So poetisch kann Provinz sein. Ein dichtender Busfahrer -"Star Wars"-Star Adam Driver - fährt auf einer "magical.
His next two films each experimented with parallel narratives: Mystery Train told three successive stories set on the same night in and around a small Memphis hotel, and Night on Earth  involved five cab drivers and their passengers on rides in five different world cities, beginning at sundown in Los Angeles and ending at sunrise in Helsinki.
As a result of his early work, Jarmusch became an influential representative of the trend of the American road movie.
A film appearance in as a used car dealer in the cult comedy Leningrad Cowboys Go America further solidified his interest and participation in the road movie genre.
Though ill-received by mainstream American reviewers, Dead Man found much favor internationally and among critics, many of whom lauded it as a visionary masterpiece.
Following artistic success and critical acclaim in the American independent film community, he achieved mainstream recognition with his far-East philosophical crime film Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai , shot in Jersey City and starring Forest Whitaker as a young inner-city man who has found purpose for his life by unyieldingly conforming it to the Hagakure , an 18th-century philosophy text and training manual for samurai, becoming, as directed, a terrifyingly deadly hit-man for a local mob boss to whom he may owe a debt, and who then betrays him.
The film is also considered to be a homage to Le Samourai , a French New Wave film by auteur Jean-Pierre Melville , which starred renowned French actor Alain Delon in a strikingly similar role and narrative.
A five-year gap followed the release of Ghost Dog , which the director has attributed to a creative crisis he experienced in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks in New York City.
He followed Coffee and Cigarettes in with Broken Flowers , which starred Bill Murray as an early retiree who goes in search of the mother of his unknown son in attempt to overcome a midlife crisis.
Following the release of Broken Flowers , Jarmusch signed a deal with Fortissimo Films , whereby the distributor would fund and have "first-look" rights to the director's future films, and cover some of the overhead costs of his production company, Exoskeleton.
I'm working on a documentary about the Stooges [Iggy Pop-fronted band]. It's going to take a few years. There's no rush on it, but it's something that Iggy asked me to do.
I'm co-writing an "opera. I have a new film project that's really foremost for me that I hope to shoot early next year with Tilda Swinton and Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska, who was Alice in Wonderland in Tim Burton's film.
I don't have that quite financed yet, so I'm working on that. I'm also making music and hoping to maybe score some silent films to put out.
We have enough music for three EPs or an album. It took years to put it together. Its getting more and more difficult for films that are a little unusual, or not predictable, or don't satisfy people's expectations of something.
Jarmusch wrote and directed Paterson in The film follows the daily experiences of an inner-city bus driver and poet Adam Driver in Paterson, New Jersey , who shares the same name as the city.
Paterson was inspired by objectivist American poet William Carlos Williams and his epic poem "Paterson  ". The story focuses on Paterson's poetry writing efforts, interspersed with his observations and experiences of the residents he encounters on his bus route and in his daily life.
Jarmusch wrote and directed his first horror film, the zombie comedy The Dead Don't Die , which was presented at the Cannes Film Festival and received mixed reviews.
In Jarmusch shunned the " auteur theory " and likened the filmmaking process to human sexual reproduction:.
I put 'A film by' as a protection of my rights, but I don't really believe it. It's important for me to have a final cut, and I do for every film.
So I'm in the editing room every day, I'm the navigator of the ship, but I'm not the captain, I can't do it without everyone's equally valuable input.
For me it's phases where I'm very solitary, writing, and then I'm preparing, getting the money, and then I'm with the crew and on a ship and it's amazing and exhausting and exhilarating, and then I'm alone with the editor again I've said it before, it's like seduction, wild sex, and then pregnancy in the editing room.
That's how it feels for me. Jim Jarmusch's Golden Rules — 5, , . Jarmusch has been characterized as a minimalist filmmaker whose idiosyncratic films are unhurried.
Jarmusch's early work is marked by a brooding, contemplative tone, featuring extended silent scenes and prolonged still shots. Means wrote that Jarmusch blends "film styles and genres with sharp wit and dark humor",  while his style is also defined by a signature deadpan comedic tone.
The protagonists of Jarmusch's films are usually lone adventurers. Jarmusch has revealed that his instinct is a greater influence during the filmmaking process than any cognitive processes.
He explained: "I feel like I have to listen to the film and let it tell me what it wants. Sometimes it mumbles and it isn't very clear.
Though his films are predominantly set in the United States, Jarmusch has advanced the notion that he looks at America "through a foreigner's eyes", with the intention of creating a form of world cinema that synthesizes European and Japanese film with that of Hollywood.
In his two later-nineties films, he dwelt on different cultures' experiences of violence, and on textual appropriations between cultures: a wandering Native American's love of William Blake , a black hitman's passionate devotion to the Hagakure.
The interaction and syntheses between different cultures, the arbitrariness of national identity, and irreverence towards ethnocentric, patriotic or nationalistic sentiment are recurring themes in Jarmusch's work.
Jarmusch's fascination for music is another characteristic that is readily apparent in his work. Hawkins' song " I Put a Spell on You " was central to the plot of Stranger than Paradise , while Mystery Train is inspired by and named after a song popularized by Elvis Presley , who is also the subject of a vignette in Coffee and Cigarettes.
His films work on the senses much the way that some music does, unheard until it's too late to get it out of one's head.
On his narrative focus, Jarmusch remarked in a interview, "I'd rather make a movie about a guy walking his dog than about the emperor of China. Jarmusch is ascribed as having instigated the American independent film movement with Stranger Than Paradise.
New York critic and festival director Kent Jones undermined the "urban cool" association that Jarmusch has garnered and was quoted in a February media article, following the release of his eleventh feature film:.
There's been an overemphasis on the hipness factor — and a lack of emphasis on his incredible attachment to the idea of celebrating poetry and culture.
You can complain about the preciousness of a lot of his movies, [but] they are unapologetically standing up for poetry.
Jarmusch's staunch independence has been represented by his success in retaining the negatives for all of his films, an achievement that was described by the Guardian' s Jonathan Romney as "extremely rare.
In a review of his work, Vincent Canby of The New York Times called Jarmusch "the most adventurous and arresting film maker to surface in the American cinema in this decade".
While Swinton, who has worked with Jarmusch on numerous occasions, describes him as a "rock star," the director admits that "I don't know where I fit in.
I don't feel tied to my time. Jarmusch is also featured on the album Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture in two interludes described by Sean Fennessy in a Pitchfork review of the album as both "bizarrely pretentious" and "reason alone to give it a listen".
The author of a series of essays on influential bands, Jarmusch has also had at least two poems published. Dutch lute composer Jozef van Wissem also collaborated with Jarmusch on the soundtrack for Only Lovers Left Alive and the pair also play in a duo.
Jarmusch first met van Wissem on a street in New York City's SoHo area in , at which time the lute player handed the director a CD—several months later, Jarmusch asked van Wissem to send his catalog of recordings and the two started playing together as part of their developing friendship.
Van Wissem explained in early April "I know the way [Jarmusch] makes his films is kind of like a musician. He has music in his head when he's writing a script so it's more informed by a tonal thing than it is by anything else.
Jarmusch rarely discusses his personal life in public. In a February interview, Jarmusch stated that he is not interested in eternal life, as "there's something about the cycle of life that's very important, and to have that removed would be a burden".
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Columbia University New York University. The key, I think, to Jim, is that he went gray when he was As a result, he always felt like an immigrant in the teenage world.
He's been an immigrant — a benign, fascinated foreigner — ever since. And all his films are about that. Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination.
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Goofs After Paterson has come home on the first Monday, there is a shot of Laura adjusting the curtains she had just decorated.
She then walks into the kitchen. There's a shot of Paterson sitting down on the couch, and the very next shot is her back at the curtains, this time admiring them.
Some would think that she would've had to be very fast to get all the way back to the curtains in time, however between the shot of Paterson sitting down on the couch, and the very next shot of Laura back at the curtains, admiring them there is an Ellipsis.
Repetitions and ellipses are two of the most identity trademarks of Jarmusch's style. Quotes Paterson : I don't like you, Marvin. Was this review helpful to you?
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