Day and night hours are instantly unpredictable. Animals go mad; the dead soon rise up from their graves and—moving, as zombies do, at the languid pace of people to whom time means nothing—eat the living. Jarmusch fills his film with a giddy array of idiosyncratic characters and a cast of actors who wink at the cinematic worlds of David Lynch and the Coen brothers.
Zelda Winston Tilda Swinton , the new undertaker, is also an expert with a samurai sword. She also speaks with arch diction and a florid accent, and walks with a stiffly martial bearing. As other unleashed zombies wander the town in their cannibalistic frenzies, they, too, call out for what they crave: Bluetooth, Siri, Xanax, guitar. Child zombies call for candy; others stumblingly play the sports that they loved while alive, and the newly undead, clumsy looters, leave the streets strewn with the detritus of their desires.
The police officers do their best to protect the townspeople from the risen cannibals. It turns out that the sword-wielding Zelda, a recent arrival in town from Scotland, is good at killing the heads—but whatever help she provides falls short, for special-effects-driven reasons too giddily outrageous to mention. The spoiler-free answer is that Jarmusch mocks moviegoers and critics who are still dreaming of superheroes to save the world.
The only people who are lucid about the rampaging zombies are the outsiders—the teens in detention, separated from society, and Hermit Bob, who observes the gory action from a literal distance, through his smeary binoculars, and comments on it in a mumbled exterior monologue with a blend of sarcastic glee and rueful philosophy. Hermit Bob is the hero of the movie. He accepts—embraces—his solitude as a moral stance, as a way of staying outside a society that he considers hopelessly corrupt.
He lives in the woods, on public property, and scavenges, rustles, poaches, steals, or forages. Staying resolutely, obstinately, obstreperously outside the system, he incurs the suspicion, the hatred, and the physical opposition of those who are inside of it, but he also enjoys a paradoxical measure of lucidity and freedom. But it started as a kind of sketch movie? Yeah, that was my intention — and I still have this dilemma in the film. I usual follow one or two central characters down a single narrative path.
These had to be interwoven, so that became a bit more challenging. It was rough, physically, to make. I mean, Dead Man almost killed me, but I was a lot younger then. Both of these movies are genre movies — would it be safe to say you have a weird relationship with genre? Things tend to get Jarmusch-ized …. Genres are just frames — you can put whatever you want inside them.
It was tripped out and slightly psychedelic. It was my way of telling a story about the total acceptance of another person, including their flaw. Loving someone for who they are, and having that last for an eternity.
I like all kinds of films. Including zombie movies? This was when they were Haitian voodoo receptacles that would do your bidding. You could control them. But to me, the great postmodern zombie director is George A. And there are a lot of references for the Romero nerds in my movie. He turns the whole concept into something completely different. They are out of control. Generally, monsters — vampires, Frankenstein, Godzilla, whatever — they are outside the social structure. They are a danger to it, they are threatening it.
With Romero, man, the zombies come from the social structure. I mean, I think Night of the Living Dead is even more socially conscious now then he realized. It resonates with me. So it sounds like you do like zombie movies, kind of? They have a lot of difficult things they need to do to survive. How does one direct Iggy Pop to play a member of the hungry walking dead? He likes direction. They had vegan stuff, they had plastic stuff, they had all these different things for him to eat.
But he could only do so many takes for so long. Did that idea come to you pretty early on? I had this idea from the beginning, yeah. I had this image of me just walking around like a fucking water balloon or half-sausage. So I thought, I just want them to turn to dust. I liked the idea of them being fluidless. Have they? Because he will do it. How would you describe the city? Did she request a samurai sword as well? No, that came from my love of martial arts, and martial-arts movies.
And from when I quit smoking a few years back. So what I did was, I holed up in my loft alone for 10 days and I watched Sword of Doom two to three times a day. It helped me immensely. If you at home are quitting smoking, I highly recommend it. I was not expecting this to be your answer. But otherwise, the same movie. This time, I just let him have the Peterson name.
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