Complete Jim Jarmusch: 3 films, 1 doc on The Stooges, 8 hours of bonuses

Fourteen films by the legendary American director, including Dead Man, Down By Law and Ghost Dog, have been collected in a new Blu-Ray box set offering more than 8 hours of exclusive bonuses, available from November 2, 2023.

Icon of independent American cinema since the 1980s, brilliant with his elegant and minimalist productions in films that are as contemplative as they are powerful, Jim Jarmusch needs no introduction.

Jarmusch, Palme d'Or in classics

After a promising debut with Permanent Vacation, it was his second feature film, the road movie Stranger than Paradise, which left its mark on an entire generation and saw Jarmusch awarded the Palme d'Or at Cannes. His filmography will continue with a series of films that have become classics: the sublime Down By Low, where Roberto Benigni opposite Tom Waits, the powerful choral films Mystery Train and Night on Earth, the hallucinatory western Dead Man or the moving Broken Flowers with Bill Murray. More recently, it was the very beautiful melodrama Paterson with Golshifteh Farahani and Adam Driver which shocked critics and spectators.

Jim Jarmusch Blu-Ray Collector's Box Set November 2

An exemplary career which will be compiled almost exhaustively in a Blu-Ray Collector box set published by Le pacte and supervised by the filmmaker himself, and to be released on November 2, 2023. There we will find the 13 feature-length fiction films of the director (Permanent Vacation, Stranger than Paradise, Down by Law, Mystery Train, Night on Earth, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, Dead Man, Coffee and Cigarettes, Broken Flowers, The Limits of Control, Only Lovers Left Alive, Paterson and The Dead Don't Die), as well as the recent musical documentary Gimme Danger dedicated to The Stooges, the huge and vicious rock group led by Iggy Pop in the late 60s. The 14 films will be supplemented by 8 hours of exclusive bonuses as well as a 30-page booklet, stickers and postcards, €99 indicative price (pre-order here).