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Coffee and Cigarettes

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Jim Jarmusch / US, 2003 / 95 min.

An entire film devoted to discussion of the joys of coffee and cigarettes? Hell yeah, Jim Jarmusch proves in these conversations between the likes of Iggy Pop and Tom Waits, Bill Murray and the Wu-Tang Clan. Screening to accompany the reissue of Jarmusch’s Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai.

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This 11-vignette film focuses on the human interactions that happen while partaking in the everyday indulgence of coffee and cigarettes. Featuring well-known actors and other artists as themselves or some version thereof, the film highlights the nuances and subtle hostilities that can be a part of seemingly normal conversations. Bill Murray waits on the Wu-Tang Clan, Iggy Pop and Tom Waits get on each others’ nerves and Jack and Meg White of the White Stripes discuss Nikola Tesla.


This movie is suitable for all agesThis movie contains foul language


Jim Jarmusch

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Coffee and Cigarettes


95 min.


English, French





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