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Hi there!

I think you forgot one of the best roles Lance ever played... ;)

Cole Wilson on "Dead Man".

The movie is very cool. Not only cause the fact that Jim Jarmusch is one of the best directors.

I love Lance' role in this film.

What do you think about the movie and Lance' as Cole Wilson? :clapping:

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Hi there!

I think you forgot one of the best roles Lance ever played... ;)

Cole Wilson on "Dead Man".

The movie is very cool. Not only cause the fact that Jim Jarmusch is one of the best directors.

I love Lance' role in this film.

What do you think about the movie and Lance' as Cole Wilson? :clapping:

This was without question the best film that Lance has ever been in.

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Agreed. What a great cast in that film... Lance, Johnny Depp, Crispin Glover, Robert Mitchum, Iggy Pop, Alfred Molina, John Hurt, Crispin Hellion Glover... Jim Jarmusch is the man.

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Hear hear! Dead Man is one of my all time favorite films, due to the witty script, the cast, the music by Neil Young...and Lance really came through as a psycho bounty hunter!

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Guest WaveCrest

Did Lance have a big role in the film Dead Man?

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It's not a massive role Richard but don't let that put you off. When he does appear he is simply brilliant as the cannibalistic Cole and with a cast list as dignified and impressive as the one brought together for this film, it simply doesn't matter who's on screen as they are all superb. I know it's a love/hate film and not everyone will come away from a viewing believing they have seen something special but I certainly did. Jim Jarmusch is a luminary (Ghost Dog is an awesome film too) and I would advise anyone who hasn't checked out his work to do so. You are in for a ride unlike any other.

Eth

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Guest WaveCrest

I remember reading when the film came out that in some reviews they said Dead Man was a really slow film. I also got the impression that Jim Jarmusch's films have a slow pace.

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I remember reading when the film came out that in some reviews they said Dead Man was a really slow film. I also got the impression that Jim Jarmusch's films have a slow pace.

Sorry to jump in, but you're absolutely correct. Jarmusch's films are pretty slow...generally speaking. Though I think Dead Man might constitute as being one of his "lively" movies (along w/ maybe Night on Earth and aforementioned Ghost Dog) though I'd say Dead Man is a more poetic movie, with references to William Blake, the bleak landscape of the frontier American West confronting Western industrialism/progress, a beautiful portrayal of Native Americans...well researched but a minimalistic approach, the story itself is kinda like a mythic tale of a journey of life to death, from East to West. Then you have the dark humour of bounty hunter characters (which Lance plays one of them) laid on top...

Am I selling the movie well enough? :-P

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Nice brand, spanking new "Dead Man" article online for you to enjoy folks. If you haven't seen the film check it out. This may well convince to watch it and I promise you you won't regret it.

Eth

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