Dead Man


Theater screening

1/25 17:50


A down-to-earth Western by Jim Jarmusch and Robby Müller. Wide-eyed Johnny Depp’s monochrome journey of life and death start to resemble ink-and-wash paintings.

Accountant William Blake moves to Machine, a town in the American West, in search for a job. However, he turns from a jobseeker to fugitive when falsely accused of murder in the town. Along with Nobody, a Native American he met along the way, Blake takes down enemy after enemy. Before long, he becomes an outlaw straight out of a cowboy picture.

Director Jim Jarmusch

Actor Johnny Depp,Gary Farmer,Iggy Pop

USA| 1995| 121min| English| LONGRIDE|

  • Human Drama
  • Fantasy


Jim Jarmusch [Film Director]

Jim Jarmusch [Film Director] Jarmusch was born in 1953 in Ohio, USA, and is based in New York. He garnered came into the limelight with Permanent Vacation (1980), his final year project at the graduate film school of New York University. His second feature, Stranger Than Paradise (1984), won the Camera d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and garnered international attention. He has continued to release much-discussed works such as Down by Law (1986), Mystery Train (1989), Night on Earth (1991), Dead Man (1995), Year of the Horse (1997), Ghost Dog (1999), and Coffee and Cigarettes (2003). His 2005 work Broken Flowers won the Grand Prix at the Cannes International Film Festival.