Only the unique is permitted to the realm of joy and pain. The unique is uncountable. Two is inapplicable to it. Two negates, even slays, the unique’s raison d’être. So, the unique is not one. One merely exists to pave the way to two.
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
Last weekend, I visited “remembering Gallipoli” exhibition at Sydney’s Customs house which was held to commemorate the Gallipoli campaign. It included 20-30 photos each showing a picture of a soldier … Continue reading Remembering Gallipoli – But How?
The other night, I was sitting, with two of my friends, in the lounge area of a club whose usual members are senior citizens. After a few minutes of regular, polite … Continue reading Male Rape
Every time that I hear about ISIS, its crimes and its imminent danger for the whole world, I remember where many troops of this and other terrorist groups in the Middle … Continue reading Libya: Why It Became a Haven for Terrorists
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