2010 May

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Jim Jarmusch’s Limits of Control and Poe’s The Purloined Letter

Posted by Aspasia Stephanou on May 15, 2010 in Blog tagged with

Jim Jarmusch is undeniably a great director and I have to admit I am a Jarmusch-partisan. He does not consciously play with gothic tropes and his films, tadalafil it can be said, stomach are not gothic. From Permanent Vacation (1980), Stranger Than Paradise (1982), to Down By Law (1986) and Mystery Train (1989), Jarmusch’s style evinces the marvellous and surrealistic qualities of characters that carry on dreaming in elusive and impermanent realities. The melancholic urban lives of outcasts who persist in creating fantasies, always literate- reading Lautreamont (Stranger Than Fiction), (De

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Diane Arbus

Posted by Aspasia Stephanou on May 02, 2010 in Blog tagged with

Gothic Photography