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Germany, Japan, United States | 1995 | Jim Jarmusch
18 years before he played Tonto in the ill-fated The Lone Ranger, Johnny Depp played a “stupid white man” from Cleveland in this transcendental Western by Jim Jarmusch. Depp portrays a meek, 19th-century accountant named William Blake who journeys west and inadvertently becomes a wanted man. A wryly amusing Native American guide (Gary Farmer) takes him under his wing and leads him into uncharted territory. With Crispin Glover, Iggy Pop, and Robert Mitchum. Music by Neil Young.
120 min. 35mm.
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