20th Century Flicks presents
Dir: Wayne Wang, 1995, USA, 112 mins, Cert R
Thu 29 May 2014 // 20:00
Presented in conjunction with Bristol Festival of Photography 2014.
A film about time, place and transience from writer Paul Auster and director Wayne Wang. Auggie Wren (Harvey Keitel) runs a tobacconist on an intersection in Brooklyn, providing a haven from the hustle and flow for his coterie of peculiar customers. Every morning he takes a photograph from the same spot outside. Every day a network of strangers grows more familiar. Every night Tom Waits reminds us, 'You're innocent when ya dream'. A Jarmuschian treat for fans of Auster, Waits and photography.
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