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Ratings & Reviews

  1. José Neves's rating of the film Sleepwalk

    Although too amateurish, presents a "family resemblance" of value: the New York cinema of the 80s, specially the vanguard connoted with its downtown, that Jarmush, again responsible for the camera, was the figurehead. Remains some intense images of a nightly city, inhabited by unlikely beings, like those of Raymond Carver's short stories.

  2. batarde's rating of the film Sleepwalk

    Such skill & charm, but such orientalism.

  3. J. Pomp's rating of the film Sleepwalk

    A little disappointing, but worth checking out for the last scene alone, in which a small time crook blindfolds Jimmy, a Chinese boy, and leads him in the wee hours of the morning through downtown New York, passing Jarmusch and Driver making out in a doorway, and Suzanne Fletcher asleep on a dock on the East River.