“You William Blake?”

Dead Man - the Jim Jarmusch movie starring Johnny Depp

“Yes, I am. Do you know my poetry?”

The Dead Man Fanlisting

Welcome to the fanlisting for the beautiful, compelling and daring black-&-white avant-garde western, Dead Man (1995), directed by Jim Jarmusch and starring Johnny Depp.

If you're a fan, please, join us!

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The listing was opened on January 2nd, 2009 and it was last updated on July 23rd, 2015. The movie has 8 fans from 6 countries (+ 0 waiting to be added).

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The purpose of The Dead Man Fanlisting is to celebrate Jim Jarmusch's marvelous film. Do you have questions? Suggestions? Use the form below or email the site owner at deppness [@] gmail.com Thanks!

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This is an unofficial website, which is in no way affiliated with the people involved with Dead Man. Images © Pandora Filmproduktion, JVC Entertainment Networks, 12 Gauge Productions and other respective owners. Copyright infringement is not intended. The purpose of this site is simply to show fans' appreciation for this fantastic film. If there's a problem, please, contact the site owner. Thanks.

Who's behind this?

My name is Essi and I'm the owner of this fanlisting. To make an incredibly long and boring story short, I'm a 31-year-old girl from Finland. I'm a Bachelor of Culture and Arts who currently works in the field of media.

Check out my other sites at my collective, Desiderata!

What is great about Dead Man?

Dead Man is my second favourite film ever, to me it's just perfect. It's so beautiful, compelling, absurd, eerie, moving, funny, daring, deeply spiritual. The stylized black-and-white cinematography gives the western a wonderful mystical feel, which is complimented by the usage of William Blake's enigmatic poetry.

In addition, the movie combines Jim Jarmusch's distinctive sense of rhythm with poetic symbolism. There's nothing obvious about Dead Man, the film itself is like a poem or a mystery waiting to be solved. Also, Neil Young's incredibly haunting score is the final icing on the cake.