Paterson review: Adam Driver’s poetic bus driver proves safe pair of hands | Film | The Guardian

Jim Jarmusch’s new movie is a quiet delight: the story of a gentle, artistic man and his wife which celebrates small-town life and dreams without patronising

Source: Paterson review: Adam Driver’s poetic bus driver proves safe pair of hands | Film | The Guardian

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