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CANNES ’99 REVIEW: Jarmusch’s Accessible and Funny “Ghost Dog”

CANNES '99 REVIEW: Jarmusch's Accessible and Funny "Ghost Dog"

CANNES ’99 REVIEW: Jarmusch’s Accessible and Funny “Ghost Dog”

by David Bourgeois


Jim Jarmusch, yet another Cannes veteran with a film in competition this year, has unveiled his latest film, “Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai,” to tepid applause (and one needless, but audible boo) after its press screening here on Tuesday night.

Unmistakably his most accessible film in his 19-year career, the director of such films as “Stranger Than Paradise” (winner of the Camera D

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