Broken Flowers

Release Date: 20 March 2006 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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With Broken Flowers, staunchly independent filmmaker Jim Jarmusch delivers one of his most pleasing, accessible pictures. Winner of the 2005 Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, the film tells the story of Don Johnston (Bill Murray), a man overflowing with wealth but void of emotion. On the day that his most recent girlfriend (Julie Delpy) has given up on him for good, he learns, through an anonymous letter, that he might be the father of a 19-year-old boy. Spurned into action by his wannabe private eye neighbour, Winston (Jeffrey Wright), Don sets off on a personal journey to visit the former partners who may or may not have mothered his child. They include the flighty Laura (Sharon Stone), whose daughter Lolita (Alexis Dziena) certainly lives up to her name; the uptight Dora (Frances Conroy), who has settled into a sterile life with her chipper husband Ron (Christopher McDonald); the strangely distant Carmen (Jessica Lange), who makes a living as an Animal Communicator and, finally, Penny (Tilda Swinton), a hard-edged biker who is the least happiest to see Don. Each confrontation leaves Don feeling more lost than the last, spinning him into an even greater state of apathetic confusion. In typical Jarmusch fashion, he wrote the script for Broken Flowers with his casting firmly in mind; only Murray could play this role. The result showcases Murrays brilliance as a less-is-more presence. Jarmusch also gives some of Hollywoods most talented female actresses roles they can relish. A hundred percent Jarmusch, Broken Flowers is a wry, tender, and bittersweet portrait of a man who is drifting aimlessly through life.

Girls In The Bus Extended Scene, Broken Flowers Start To Finish Outtakes With Bill Murray, Farmhouse Behind The Scene With Jim Jarmusch Commentary, Trailers
Release Date: 20 March 2006
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Directed by: Jim Jarmusch and Jim Jarmusch

Region 2
Running Time: 106 minutes
Production Year: 2005
Main Language: English
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