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This shortcut repeats the structure of Coffee and Cigarettes. This time, Iggy Pop and Tom Waits meet in a bar. But, again, we don't know why they agreed to do that in the first place, because they don't seem to know each other very well and they don't have much to talk about, so the conversation wanders idly and hilariously as they sip their coffee and smoke cigarettes. Written by
Pablo Montoya <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I urge people to see this short film if they ever get the chance. Fans of Jim Jarmusch will not be disappointed; they will be amused, chuffed and pleased with Waits and Pop sitting down and (somewhat uncomfortably) chewing the fat. Poor Iggy tries so hard to please Dr Waits.
Listen out for the mesmerising lap steel soundtrack - it goes well with the swirling mirror ball reflections on the wall. Ignore anyone who tries to dissuade you from seeing this film.
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