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7.3
/10
7,963 Ratings

Coffee and Cigarettes

Directed by Jim Jarmusch
United States, Japan, 2003
Comedy, Drama, Anthology

Synopsis

In this anthology of comic vignettes, unlikely pairs of celebrities sit down to talk about everything from Tesla coils to jukeboxes to long-lost relatives to the dentist. The conversations are separate in time and place, but they all have two things in common: coffee and cigarettes.

Our take

Made over a period of fifteen years, this compilation of brilliant shorts by King-of-cool Jim Jarmusch is a veritable buffet of deadpan comedy, an extended jam session with the hippest cast of the noughties. Our favourites are Bill Murray, Steve Coogan, Jack White, and Iggy Pop. Yours are up to you.

Coffee and Cigarettes Directed by Jim Jarmusch
It is done in the best tradition of sketch comedy but with an actorly emphasis.
May 03, 2006
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Not since Victorian women had to sneak their smokes have cigarettes been so freighted with rebel potential.
May 14, 2004
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Historically, you could do worse than think of Jim Jarmusch as the Dylan among America’s current generation of spitballing-structuralist indie auteurs.
May 10, 2004
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