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Permanent Vacation

The aimlessness ennui of the "post-punk generation" is the theme of Jim Jarmusch's first feature film. Drawing from the now-familiar world of the Lower East Side, the film follows the dreamlike odyssey of a 16-year-old (Chris Parker) looking for meaning in his surroundings and relationships. Utilizing the logic of a walking dream, Jarmusch has created a gritty, oppressive yet fascinating world. Featuring a jazzy score by John Lurie.

Year: 1980
Genre: Art House Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Jim Jarmusch
Starring: Chris Parker, John Lurie, Maria Duval
Duration: 72 Minutes
Rating: PG - Adult themes.
6.4/10
Location in store: Art House Cinema

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