• 电影名称 Permanent Vacation

  • 中文名称 长假漫漫
  •  类型  戏剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 15 min (75 min) / 1 hr 20 min (80 min) (Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente) (Argentina)
  • 上映时间 26 July 1986 (Japan)
This film which is, as far as I know, the first one by Jarmusch, when hestill studied to become a film director, is original in its way to reinstall'realism' – somebody would say 'surrealism' – into film art. He tries to makeus understand a special psychological type of our time, a 'touris...
Jim Jarmusch is a filmmaker I'll always admire and will see anything heputs out. Perhaps though my expectations of his student film, PermanentVacation, were a little high as I thought this could be the link toStranger Than Paradise as Who's That Knocking and Mean Streets wereperfectly connected for ...
Jim Jarmusch's first film, "Permanent Vacation", although not generallya very loved picture, has gained a bit of a cult status, being one ofthe most popular, if not the most popular, example of No Wave Cinema, asmall underground movement born in New York during the eighties thatwas closely associate...
Jim Jarmusch's debut 'Permanent Vacation' is said to be his studentfilm. It does have a certain student-film feel to it mostly because ofthe minimalism and the actors. It is an exceptionally well shot film.However, it also felt somewhat sketchy and a few dialogues felt out ofplace.In a way, 'Permane...
Assured first film from Jarmusch is pretty tough viewing to begin with.Slow moving or not moving at all and ponderous, seeming inconsequentialdialogue but then somewhere along the line we find ourselvescaptivated. Beautifully shot with ugly/beautiful still shots of backstreets of New York. Apart fro...
This one is really for Jarmusch completists only. As stated above, itis his first film and he was still a little way off being theinteresting director he became. I have no problem with long slow films,but Permanent Vacation has a kind of doleful lethargy about it thattransfers to the viewer. It's no...
Coming to NYU? Going to live in the village? Perplexed by old timerstalking about 'how the village/lower east side has gentrified? Watchthis in the background as you sip your mocha with soy care ofgentrification. The background shots are for real. See how parts of NYlooked back in the day. Serves as...
A young slacker (Chris Parker) wanders New York City searching for somemeaning in life and encounters many idiosyncratic characters.From the plot, this sounds much like Richard Linklater's film"Slacker". And while I have no doubt that Jarmusch was an influence onLinklater, there is clearly no direct...
People seem to like this movie only because it's a Jim Jarmusch movie.Now, i'm not knocking Jarmusch, I loved Down by Law, but sometimes hisfilms get a tad too pretentious for me. But I can usually overlookthat. But this movie! I hated the main actor, I hated the dialogue(seriously, not even most hi...
I've bought today a full collection of Jarmusch movies on DVD. Beforethis one i've seen only 3 latest films directed by him (excludingBroken Flowers). So i've decided to begin my friendship with Jim fromthis movie. This' Jarmusch first feature presentation. Young boy isbored of his way of living and...
I'm a big fan of Jim Jarmusch, so I decided to watch his student debutPermanent Vacation, a movie about a young and lost teenager of thegeneration X, who is walking threw abandoned parts of the New YorkCity, who are having a look of a ruins after the bomb attack. Now...the movie is not bad, if you'r...
'the other's don't have planes' as he wades through rubble, on his wayto a mental hospital to find his mum, yet after having gone to see somewoman (gf?, sister?)who strikes up a staggeringly beautiful pose (forsome reason or other), waking up on some rooftop, meeting some loonybin woman hysterical, ...
Let's not put too much lipstick on this pig. Permanent Vacation ...cool title, memorable lead, nice style and all that, but ultimately anoften boring movie. The only thing that keeps this above the water isthe simple fact that director Jim Jarmusch followed it up with some ofthe best movies of all t...
This film was a little hard to get through, although my jet-lagprobably contributed to this. It did have that student film quality toit and the "permanent vacation" line was bad. I could have done withoutthe poorly executed voice over, the content of which contributed to anamateurish nature. Then ag...
The monologue in the middle of this film is just about the most beautifulstory I have ever heard. The only fault in the whole of this film is thepoint at the end where he says "I guess I'm just... on a PermanentVacation," and the fault here is really the actor's for overplaying this line, notJarmusc...
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