Wednesday, October 3, 2007


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g.f. said...


I know someone who likes J.J. movies. A lot.

Blister Keaton said...

I know, I know, and I meant no disrespect to Mr. Jarmusch.

Simply put, Jim Jarmusch's aloof and genuinely lackadaisical narratives have surpassed the level of irony once thought unsurpassable by the films of Wes Anderson.

The indie passivity apparent in Jarmusch's narratives have increased in popularity among subcultures due to the overt superficiality of Anderson's dysfunctional fables.

All this an more is discussed in my new book, "The Pretentious De-construction of Early 2000s American 'Independent' but Studio-Funded Cinema" by, yours truly, Christian Alsis.