We’re alone in a car with the director and Tom Jarmusch, Jim’s brother, who tells us stories — about the 1990s, about the city, about cinema — as we drive through New York.
Years ago, director Marion Naccache got lost in New York City traffic with Tom Jarmusch, brother of Jim Jarmusch, who is also connected to cinema. At the wheel, Tom rambles on about his many stories of the independent cinema of the 90’s in which he worked, the people he met and the many transformations of the city. That meeting between these two friends of different generations and nationalities does not have a destination that is revealed to us, and we soon realize that the traffic that takes them along is what allows us to spend more time in their company. So we are in no hurry: as long as there is traffic we can follow all those stories and the tender lights of the city. A documentary of delight and colorful hearts. (Margarida Moz)