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قهوه و سیگار با جارموش

One of the most gifted and invigorating of the American independent film directors of the past two decades, Jim Jarmusch (b. 1953) has presented moviegoers with his uniquely personal vision, from his first feature film, Permanent Vacation (1980), to his latest, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999). As the interviews in this volume reveal, Jarmusch has mixed very differOne of the most gifted and invigorating of the American independent film directors of the past two decades, Jim Jarmusch (b. 1953) has presented moviegoers with his uniquely personal vision, from his first feature film, Permanent Vacation (1980), to his latest, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999). As the interviews in this volume reveal, Jarmusch has mixed very different cultural ingredients to make films that transcend the boundaries between high and low cultures. He half-mockingly described his movie Stranger Than Paradise (1984), the film that first brought him substantial notice, as "a semi-neorealist black comedy in the style of an imaginary Eastern European film director obsessed with Ozu, and familiar with the 1950s American television show The Honeymooners."His unique approach to movie making jump-started the low-budget American independent film movement with Stranger Than Paradise, which won the Camera d'Or for best first feature at the Cannes Film Festival. In the seventeen interviews ranging from 1981 to 2000 this collection chronicles the career and sensibility of a thoroughly independent filmmaker. ...

Title : قهوه و سیگار با جارموش
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ISBN : 9789647316163
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Number of Pages : 420 Pages
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قهوه و سیگار با جارموش Reviews

  • Mübeccel
    2018-11-25 03:05

    Bolca yazım, baskı ve çeviri hatasına rağmen Jim Jarmusch'un güzel hatırına beş yıldız verdim. JJ'in röportajlarından oluşan bu kitapta doğal olarak bolca tekrar eden sorular cevaplar vardı ama önsözünde bahsedildiği gibi böylesi bence de daha iyi orijinal kalması bakımından. Son olarak bazı insanların işlerini seversin ama kendisini tanıyınca keşke tanımasaydım dersin ama ben bu röportajlardan aldığım izlenime göre onunla bir kahve ve sigaraya hayır demezdim 😊. Tanıdıkça hayranlığım katlandı. Sen çok yaşa Jim Jarmusch, New York'un melankolik delikanlısı 😊.

  • Kate
    2018-12-13 21:08

    stellar. I enjoyed every minute of this book.

  • Charlie
    2018-12-09 05:03

    New York City is a world city, not a US city.He grew up in the desolate Midwest, where the world is a factory, stumbled upon art in high school, managed to get into Columbia then NYU film school, all with no money.Feels some sliver of film school is meaningful for him, the rest is either training for jobs in corporate film production or teachers making themselves feel important.Spent his tuition money on his first film. NYU hated the film and wanted their money. Other people, mostly foreign, liked the film. It won awards, then he got some German government money to make other films.Rehearsed and improvised with his actors and let the script change, exact words not super important. Wrote for a particular actor. Used non-actors (musicians).

  • Zakiyyah Madyun
    2018-12-03 04:07

    Great insight into the mind of an independent filmmaker and his philosophy on film making outside of the American cultural norm. Although interviewers tend to be repetitive (I think I read about what Jarmusch's first film experience was about 50 times), this is definitely a worthwhile read for filmmakers and fans.

  • Dang Ole' Dan Can Dangle
    2018-12-08 22:10

    A career-spanning collection of interviews, from Permanent Vacation in 1980 to Ghost Dog in the late 90s. Jarmusch isn't the most interesting of speakers, but he gives solid interviews. A lot of redundancy in this collection. In the earlier interviews Jarmusch seems largely uninteresting and awkward, and the only time he seems comfortable and open is when talking with his friend Luc Sante or Jane Shapiro (whom I believe is Jarmusch's cousin). In the later stuff Jarmusch shines a bit brighter though (a sign of progress and maturity as both a person and filmmaker surely), especially in the two Jonathan Rosenbaum interviews. Jarmusch doesn't really like talking much about his work, so don't expect anything in the way of theory or analysis, but he does provide some nice production anecdotes and whatnot. An okay companion to Jarmusch's oeuvre for the more dedicated of fans, or at least his pre-21st century work being as this collection has since become a bit outdated, though there are better (albeit few) alternatives.

  • Emir Han
    2018-12-17 02:54

    Permanent Vacation'dan Broken Flowers'a kadarki sürede verilen röportajları içermesiyle Jarmusch'ın en ses getiren filmlerinin yapım aşamaları hakkında bilgi verilmesiyle gayet iyi bir derleme. Yönetmenin kimlerden esinlendiğini, sinemaya başlamasındaki nedenleri detaylı olarak ele alınmış. Jarmusch hayranları için adeta bulunmaz bir nimet.

  • Joe
    2018-12-17 04:54

    Excellent series of interviews from 1980-2000. Really interesting to read about his character based writing methods. Some funny stories and interesting insights into his work, too. If you're a big fan of his films, this is essential reading.

  • Lindy Loo
    2018-11-30 05:04

    Gave me even more reasons to think that Jim Jarmusch is no doubt one of the coolest filmmakers around.

  • Lindsay
    2018-11-29 21:04

    "I'm surprised somebody hasn't assassinated Hall and Oates with those stupid fucking videos they make."-Jim JarmuschI think I agree with him on every point in this book except that one.

  • Sasha
    2018-12-03 02:55

    زياد مفهموم نبود. علتش يا اينه که فضايي که جارموش توش بزرگ شده فاصله خيلي زيادي با فرهنگ ما داره يا اينکه ترجمه خيلي بيگانه است.

  • Isikgun H.
    2018-11-22 01:51

    Jim jarmusch sinemasını birazcık da olsa anlamak için güzel bir kitap ama röportajlardaki soruların tekrarlardan oluşması biraz yavan hale getirmiş.

  • j_ay
    2018-11-18 00:02

    Up to Ghost Dog