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The Travelers Guide to Jim Jarmusch

Posted March 24, 2009 to photo album "The Travelers Guide to Jim Jarmusch"

Permanent Vacation
Stranger than Paradise
Down by Law
Mystery Train
Night on Earth
Dead Man
Year of the Horse
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
Coffee and Cigarettes
Broken Flowers
Year of the Horse

Year of the Horse

Year of the Horse: "Proudly filmed in 8mm," declared the opening credits of Jarmusch's first documentary, 1996's Year of the Horse, a concert film featuring his friend Neil Young and Young's band Crazy Horse. Blown up to 35mm, the celluloid grained out as Crazy Horse marshaled their infamous mid-tempo stomp underneath Young's coruscating solos. Jarmusch employed interview footage from 1976 and 1986 as well as from the '96 tour, and, in covering one song, "Like a Hurricane," he flashed back to a performance shot a decade earlier, giving the film not only the raw immediacy of a rock concert but also capturing the haunting affects of time gone by.