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-check it. It has Sleep on it and almost kicks it as much as the film.
i went to watch it last night. i liked the ambiguity at the end, so rare nowadays, but i thought winstone was such a stereotype: "no, no, it's only cheeba, not tobacco"
i'm also sorta worried about bill murray. broken flowers is a good folm, don't get me wrong, just as the life aquatic, royal tenembaums and lost in translation are, but don't you think he seems to be getting a bit typecast?
he always seems to be a middle aged guy who discovers that he isn't as young as he used to be and has to sort out his future because he isn't immortal.
I know what you mean. I guess it all started with Rushmore. I liked Broken Flowers a lot more than Lost In Translation, I dunno why, but it somehow felt hard sorry to feel for a famous actor earning millions for an advert and a Harvard graduate staying for free in Japan with her famous photographer boyfriend in LIT. Hmmmm
And no, the song was by the band Sleep. In the scene with ARE Weapons.
sleep by the much missed marion? or am i imagining the impossible?!?