Dead Man

Johny Depp in a Jim Jarmusch film. This is what I would describe as the antiwestern. I Love this movie for so many reasons. The cinematography is outstanding. Jarmusch uses long spaces of black screen that are clearly deliberate and perfect for this movie. It is a gripping tale of a young man William Blake who travels west not knowing what he's getting into. I love this story too much to give away any more. It is beutiful (it can be interpreted many many different ways). And with a sound track composed and preformed by Niel Young, who could resist? I would almost dare to say that this is my favorite movie. ChrisPries


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