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Perennial cool

Jim Jarmusch maintains his hipster vibe with a new film about rockers, actors, and their aimless conversations

By Damon Smith
Globe Correspondent / May 16, 2004

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NEW YORK -- At age 51, indie maverick Jim Jarmusch is instantly recognizable due to his puffy lips, arched eyebrows, and towering silver bouffant. The self-described night owl has an altogether relaxed vibe but does admit to being "discombobulated" by the early hour -- noon. Nevertheless, his low-key energy seems as effortless as the aura of cool that hangs over ... (Full Article: 1482 Words)

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