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Detectives Ken Boyd (Andrew Legatt), Francis Gunner (Andrew Ringate), Jeff Fletcher (Carter Luedtke), Harold Hill (Elijah O'Sullivan) and Michael Elkins (Daniel Mayerchak) try and solve the... See full summary »
A former Interior Security Forces General of 80 years old, and a former Army doctor of 84, go every day to the same coffee shop, to sip quietly their espresso, and to make crossword puzzles, to avoid loss of memory, Alzheimer's disease.
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When Officer Morrison decides she doesn't want to remain in the car, she opens the back door. Police cars do not have doors in the back that open from the inside. This keeps those that have been arrested from any attempts to exit the vehicle. See more »
I only watched this movie because of Jarmusch, Murray and Swinton but I wish I didn't.
This movie lacks enthusiasm. It lacks a plotline. The climax at the end is just irrelevant and careless.
The whole movie theatre started laughing. Not because it was funny. They were confused and have wasted their time watching Jarmusch's total collapse.
Nonetheless, the actors played their roles flawlessly. But it wasn't enough to save this movie.
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