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Mystery Train
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Mystery Train 1990

From Amazon: Elvis may not be alive, but his spirit continues to permeate the American cultural landscape. Jim Jarmusch pays tribute his legacy in his funky third feature, Mystery Train. The name comes from the great bluesy recording Elvis made for Sun Records in 1955, but the stories of wandering tourists and lost souls drifting through Memphis come from the mind of Jarmusch. Three different tales play out in a single 24-hour period, a loose trilogy spinning around a fleabag hotel manned by a sleepy Screamin' Jay Hawkins and his eager bellboy Cinqué Lee. A young Japanese couple arrives in Memphis to take the Elvis tour, an Italian woman...

Directed By:
Jim JarmuschJim Jarmusch
Written By:
Jim JarmuschJim Jarmusch
No image existsMasatoshi Nagase
No image existsYouki Kudoh
No image existsScreamin' Jay Hawkins
No image existsCinque Lee
No image existsJoe Strummer
No image existsNicoletta Braschi
No image existsElizabeth Bracco
Steve BuscemiSteve Buscemi
No image existsTom Noonan
No image existsRockets Redglare
No image existsRick Aviles
No image existsRufus Thomas
No image existsVondie Curtis-Hall

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Mystery Train Movie Review by Movie Addict (8/16/2008)

Jim Jarmusch (Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, Broken Flowers) delivers films that are true indy's. They don't fit any norm, and this one is over before you even realize it.

It is three stories that are tied together by a seedy motel. The characters never intersect. There must be a point there somewhere, but I sure...

(complete Mystery Train review by Movie Addict)

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