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World Wide Wahlbrinck
In his classic independent film NIGHT ON EARTH Jim Jarmusch
took us on a ride in a taxi in five different cities – Los Angeles,
New York, Paris, Rome, and Helsinki.
In the present handy volume, acclaimed author Bernd
Wahlbrinck presents an in-depth analysis of the New York episode.
After the moderate success of NICHT ZU FASSEN – an anthology
actually consisting of 26 German and 10 English reviews of non-existing
books (!) – Wahlbrinck has written something completely different for
a change: a somewhat lengthy review of a film which really exists.
Anyone who shares the author's enthusiasm for the New York episode of Jim Jarmusch's famous movie NIGHT ON EARTH will enjoy the
analysis of the film as a slice of life story, of the discussion between
Yoyo and Helmut about fresh hats and about weird names like Lampshade, and of various other interesting
Justin Credible in Wadel's Weekly
People have been asking: Why on earth did Wahlbrinck write
this book? Rumour has it he was flabbergasted when suddenly realizing
that the works he had been writing all those reviews of in NICHT ZU FASSEN did not even
exist in the first place. To somehow make up for it he spontaneously
decided to write an extensive review of the New York episode of Night on Earth, apparently
having triple-checked that the movie really exists.
It turns out we have to give him credit: the film does
exist, and it is both a pleasure and an education to read this little
Jake Cauffle, Oxbridge Monthly