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I would go one step further and say that Jarmusch romanticizes him. In fact, in a feature-length film, Jarmusch manages to avoid exploring Golshifteh Farahani’s character (Driver’s partner in the film) and her need to overspend, over-tinker, and to be noticed by any creative means necessary. Really thought it was a missed opportunity, especially when Farahani’s performance was so strong that it basically demanded more of the film’s attention.

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