Doug Bruns

Jim Jarmusche

In Life, The Examined Life on May 5, 2012 at 6:00 am

Here’s a note from a post in August 2005. I’m on the road and you’re going to have to suffer through a collection of old thoughts and musings for a couple of weeks. Sorry

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There was an article in the New York Times Magazine yesterday (July 31, 2005) on independent film maker Jim Jarmusche’s new film, Broken Flowers. “It seems less concerned with results than with the in-between moments of life: the journey rather than the destination.”

Yes. The in-between moments of life! It is all between something or other, but we don’t know it, paused and waiting for the something or the other. It is all the in-between, in between birth and death.

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