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Laurence Young IV over 4 years ago
This is just one of my favorite movies. Great soundtrack, too.
Simon Fenton over 4 years ago
Soundtrack is so good. No idea why but I keep coming back to this film.
J.H. Howes over 6 years ago
I love Jim Jarmusch, but it angers me when he doesn't provide an ending.
Christopher Gillis almost 7 years ago
Rather boring at the start, but its quirkiness & hidden symbols keep things enjoyable.
emilio murillo 7 years ago
This film really makes you wonder. Bill Murray plays a character no one else can play.
Michael Cole over 7 years ago
Interesting story of a man exploring his past, but can't recommend watching more than once
N B 9 months ago
nazanin zakizadeh over 1 year ago
Türkü almost 2 years ago
Mike Parsons 2 years ago
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Itzel Amieva over 2 years ago
Carol Tilley over 2 years ago
Jack Rackham almost 3 years ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 3 years ago
Bloc Silent 4 years ago
Gavin Lewis over 4 years ago
azzazel over 4 years ago
Drew K over 4 years ago
Molly Flanagan almost 5 years ago
Broken Flowers is a 2005 French/American comedy-drama film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch and produced by Jon Kilik and Stacey Smith. The film focuses on an aging "Don Juan" who embarks on a cross-country journey to track down four of his former lovers after receiving an anonymous letter stating that he has a son. The film stars Bill Murray, Jeffrey Wright, Sharon Stone, Frances Conroy, Jessica Lange, Tilda Swinton, Julie Delpy, Chloë Sevigny, and Mark Webber. Don Johnston (Bill Murray), a former Don Juan having made a small fortune in the computer industry, wants to live in quiet retirement. He is content to lounge around watching old movies and listening to classical music. His current girlfriend, Sherry (Julie Delpy), is ending their relationship and moving out of his house when a letter in a pink envelope arrives. After she walks out, Don reads the letter; it purports to be from an unnamed former girlfriend, informing him that he has a son who is nearly 19 years old, and who...
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