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I was exposed to this film about two months ago and it is now my favorite film of all time. I am a photographer and I really fell in love with the quallity of the shooting, and the use of b/w. I may be a bit bias though, because I am also Neil Youngs biggest fan and the music throughout this film is possibly some of his best.

>>By jimbo   (Sunday, 2 Feb 2003 00:44)



Hey jimbo, you must not reallybe Neil Youngs "biggest fan", that is some of his best, feedback and all!

>>By Somethin' sayin' somethin'   (Wednesday, 26 Feb 2003 23:36)



I subscribe the point that the music and dialogs´ make a perfect symbios in the film´s atmosfere. I really enjoiyng watching once and again!

>>By Nobody   (Saturday, 15 Mar 2003 20:20)



Gabriel Byrne is the best!

>>By Me   (Sunday, 23 Mar 2003 11:25)



hey i got on here and thought i should say johnny depp id HOT HOT HOT

>>By chia   (Saturday, 29 Mar 2003 23:52)



I just recently discovered Jim Jarmusch and GOD DAMN!!! He is hot stuff behind the camera. I loved the play on the name William Blake and all the cameo's. Iggy Pop was just great as Sally.

>>By elyseadrian   (Sunday, 18 May 2003 00:15)



Jarmusch's "Ghost Dog" attempts to harvest the same emotes from the viewer that he so easily coaxed from me in "Dead Man". While Dead Man is now the standard which all other drama must endure a litmus test next to, it has taken some of the morose out of finding out how deep a director can take a film. A truly exceptional piece of cinema. I only recommend it to the abysmally damned or the astute observer of life.

>>By Sexibeast   (Friday, 29 Aug 2003 12:43)



this was oddly a very good movie in a weird way. depp is excellent, i found it to be a bit disturbing....but it was put together very well.....catch this one if u can,,,coca

>>By coca   (Thursday, 1 Jul 2004 05:15)



I dont even like westerns and I liked this. 2 words. Johnny...Depp. he can make anything good. And no I dont mean good to look at (thats a plus none the less) but his amazing talent for acting.

>>By BrokenAngel   (Thursday, 1 Jul 2004 05:58)



Recently I heard the sound track incidentally, followed my interest, discovered this fascinating movie. To discover JD featured was a bonus. I wonder if anyone on this site is prepared to discuss the movie in terms of its symbology. It seems to me to be like some some journey to Death, the question is, at what point does JD die!?

>>By flamencoprof   (Tuesday, 16 Jan 2007 15:27)



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