Previously at the ICA - Films
4 Dec 2009 – 20 Dec 2009
Shot in stark black and white on leftover film stock supplied by Wim Wenders, Jarmusch’s minimalist, low-key second feature won him worldwide recognition. Charting the aimless wanderings of Hungarian emigre Willie, his pal Eddie, and visiting 16-year-old cousin Eva, Jarmusch’s breakthrough marked a defining moment in American independent cinema.
dir Jim Jarmusch, US 1984, 89 mins