A lonesome hero who overcomes the limits of control using his imagination.
As a part of the project “Jarmuschian Emancipation”, in this post I’ll discuss “Ghost Dog: The Way of Samurai” (1999), Jim Jarmusch’s first feature film after “Dead Man”. After a brief summary of the plot, I’ll review the ways to view Ghost Dog’s emancipation, cover several important and trivial facts about the film and conclude by listing the factors that will probably be used later to compare all the films of this project.
It was around ten years ago that a friend of mine lent me his copy of “Dead Man”. I fell in love with it. I watched over and over again … Continue reading Jarmuschian Emancipation
During the last long weekend, I went to cinema to watch “The imitation game”. I assumed it was going to be a good film because it was nominated for eight … Continue reading The Imitation Game
“For only that which we knew or practiced at fifteen will one day constitute our attraction.” Walter Benjamin I first watched American Beauty when I was 17, two years older … Continue reading American Beauty
This is not an attempt to write a review on “Amour”, the beautiful work of Michael Haneke. There so many great professional reviews out there that make my petty attempt to … Continue reading Amour
Every year about %2 of the spirit is actually lost. It just disappears and evaporates into thin air. Gone forever. It’s what we call the “ANGELS’ SHARE”.