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Dead Man 1995 123movies

Dead Man 1995 123movies

No one can survive becoming a legend.121 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Dead Man is the story of a young man’s journey, both physically and spiritually, into very unfamiliar terrain. William Blake travels to the extreme western frontiers of America sometime in the 2nd half of the 19th century. Lost and badly wounded, he encounters a very odd, outcast Native American, named “Nobody”, who believes Blake is actually the dead English poet of the same name. The story, with Nobody’s help, leads William Blake through situations that are in turn comical and violent. Contrary to his nature, circumstances transform Blake into a hunted outlaw, a killer, and a man whose physical existence is slowly slipping away. Thrown into a world that is cruel and chaotic, his eyes are opened to the fragility that defines the realm of the living. It is as though he passes through the surface of a mirror, and emerges into a previously-unknown world that exists on the other side.
Plot: On the run after murdering a man, accountant William Blake encounters a strange North American man named Nobody who prepares him for his journey into the spiritual world.
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A wonderful journey through life and death…
The Western genre has always been misunderstood as a simplistic, racist (and misogynistic) traditional genre due to the many mediocre Westerns of the 40s and 50s. However, real good Westerns have delighted us with complex stories that take advantage of the setting themes: the conflict between honor & law, wilderness & civilization, and life & death. Director Jim Jarmusch, who has achieved fame and recognition in the independent film community, uses the elements of the Western genre to create his very own poetical meditation on these themes, giving the genre his personal touch crafting a powerful and original gem.

Young accountant William Blake (Johnny Depp) seems to have lost everything as his parents have died and his fianceé left him without a reason; so he decides to take a job in Machine, a town located at the end of “civilization” in the Wild Wild West. To his misfortune, the job he applied to has already been taken and now he finds himself really without nothing. However, his life will change forever after by a series of circumstances he ends up murdering a man, becoming an outlaw, although getting badly wounded in the process. Now, traveling along an outcast native who calls himself “Nobody” (Gary Farmer), he’ll begin a strange and surreal trip that’ll prepare him for the next stage.

Written by Jarmusch himself, the film’s story details Blake’s trip guided by Nobody in a similar way to Dante’s journey in “The Divine Comedy”, where a series of “episodes” are used to explore different ideas and themes across the trip. Jarmusch subtlety mixes drama and comedy to deliver his philosophical meditation making the film an entertaining experience, never becoming boring or tiresome. The Western setting is used effectively to tell this story and “Dead Man” toys with the Western elements in a subtle, respectful and quite entertaining way that neither parodies it nor makes fun of it in any way.

Shot entirely in black and white, the cinematography (by Jarmusch regular, Robby Müller) captures that feeling of loneliness and emptiness that William Blake’s life has, as well as his collision with the wilderness of the wild west. Jarmusch camera-work together with Neil Young’s excellent soundtrack give the film a beautiful surreal look that echoes Blake’s equally surreal journey across the darkness searching for light. Finally, another interesting point is Jarmusch extensive care for detail in his portrayal of the American west, as well as his respect for the Native American cultures that play an important role in his film; making “Dead Man” one of the most realist Westerns ever made.

Johnny Depp’s performance is remarkable, and probably one of the best in his career. Blake’s complete transformation across the film is a real challenge and Depp makes the most of it. Gary Farmer is equally excellent and he is as effective in the comedy scenes as he is in the drama scenes, showing his flexibility and talent. The supporting roles present an assortment of cameos where actors such as Crispin Glover, Lance Henriksen, John Hurt and Robert Mitchum (in his last role) appear giving outstanding performances despite the limited screen time they receive. Henriksen certainly delivers his best performance in years.

Jarmusch’s film is a brilliant poetical meditation of life and death, but its episodic nature make it feel even more slow than it is, as every vignette is separated by fade outs that break the mood created. This really damages the film’s atmosphere, as it feels as a forced wake up after a pleasant dream. Another problem, is that fans expecting an action-filled Western may end up disappointed, so bear in mind that this film is more about feelings rather than actions. Despite his minor problems, the film is still a very enjoyable experience and a whole new way to experience Westerns, so even non-fans of the genre will appreciate it.

To summarize, “Dead Man” is an atypical look at Westerns that presents Jarmusch’s interesting views on life and death in an entertaining, attractive way. Among the revisionist westerns, “Dead Man” is a valuable gem that is worth a watch. Even non-fans of the genre will find something interesting in it. 9/10

Review By: jluis1984 Rating: 10 Date: 2006-09-26
plot lacks meaning?
Please…if you think there is no plot and no meaning….visit a few Indian Pueblos, study some American history, read more William Blake. This journey into the fire of hell has the most beautiful and moving ending ever filmed. A train to hell…Have you ever had a dead end job? What is the connection to Nobody? Why is his name Nobody? What happened at the General Store? Why wouldn’t the guy sell the Indian (Native American) tobacco? Please reconsider. This movie is not the best ever made, but it doe’s have a powerful meaning as it looks into the hell that Native American’s were put through. Depp is a messenger. I saw the film six months ago and felt that Depp’s performance was superb. I felt that there was a powerful symbolism in the film related to our concepts of life, death, and dying. The ending is the journey into the other world. The questions the film brings up relate to our concepts on premonitions, rebirth, death, life, and dying. Isn’t it amazing that a fellow was named William Blake only to be discovered by a man named Nobody? And, after all we put Native American people through, isn’t it amazing that someone with the name of Nobody would venture to help a Dead Man, that is one who is sure to become dead. And what of the prophecy, when bullets become words….oh, the meanings may not be clear, but the provocation to thought is at a very extreme level. Joy to all. Live this life and remember, this is a sacred journey. Every step counts!
Review By: jeffreytaos Rating: 10 Date: 2007-11-21

Other Information:

Original Title Dead Man
Release Date 1995-12-23
Release Year 1995

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 1 min (121 min), 1 hr 55 min (115 min) (Australia), 2 hr (120 min) (Argentina)
Budget 9000000
Revenue 103800000
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Western
Director Jim Jarmusch
Writer Jim Jarmusch
Actors Johnny Depp, Gary Farmer, Crispin Glover, Lance Henriksen
Country USA, Germany, Japan
Awards 5 wins & 14 nominations.
Production Company Miramax Films
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby, Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Moviecam and Arriflex Cameras
Laboratory John E. Allen Associates, USA (prints by), DuArt Film Laboratories Inc., New York, USA
Film Length 3,296 m (Sweden), 3,416 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Dead Man 1995 123movies
Original title Dead Man
TMDb Rating 7.3 1,008 votes

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