Broken Flowers (2005)
Journey of self-discovery for dead-pan, retired Lothario.
Coffee And Cigarettes (2003)
Series of sketches based around coffee and cigarettes, featuring a collection of the great and the good from the indie side of Hollywood.
The Dead Don't Die (2019)
The peaceful town of Centerville finds itself battling a zombie horde as the dead start rising from their graves.
Dead Man (1995)
Road movie about the friendship of a wounded young man in the western frontiers, who hooks up with a Native American.
Down By Law (1986)
Three oddball prisoners in a New Orleans jail escape and run wild in the country.
Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai (1999)
A modern-day contract killer in New York, who works according to the Samurai code.
Gimme Danger (2016)
The story of The Stooges.
The Jim Jarmusch Collection: Volume 1 (2008)
Trio of films from the king of dead-pan cinema, featuring Permanent Vacation, Stranger Than Paradise and Down By Law.
The Jim Jarmusch Collection: Volume 2 (2008)
Second volume of films by the coolest of all indie directors. Featuring Mystery Train, Night On Earth and Dead Man.
The Limits Of Control (2009)
A mysterious man shares coffee and conversation with people, writing down details on matchbook flaps. But what are his motives?
Mystery Train (1989)
Trio of stories connected by a Memphis hotel and the spirit of Elvis Presley.
Night On Earth (1991)
One night, five taxis, different countries, awkward moments, some humour, much humanity.
Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
A vampire couple contemplate a changing world.
Paterson (2016)
Story of a bus driver and a poet and a maker of cup cakes and a dog walker and a week in New Jersey where small things happen
Permanent Vacation (1980)
Jarmusch's low-budget debut traces a bored hipster's picaresque journey through New York.
Stranger Than Paradise (1984)
An unlikely trio head for Florida in search of paradise.
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