Jim Jarmusch Ranked

"The key, I think, to Jim, is that he went gray when he was 15 ... As a result, he always felt like an immigrant in the teenage world. He's been an immigrant – a benign, fascinated foreigner – ever since. And all his films are about that."
—Tom Waits, as quoted in The New York Times, 2005

  • Dead Man
  • Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
  • Night on Earth
  • Coffee and Cigarettes
  • Down by Law
  • Stranger Than Paradise
  • Mystery Train
  • Broken Flowers
  • The Limits of Control
  • Paterson
  • Only Lovers Left Alive
  • Permanent Vacation
  • The Dead Don't Die