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Last month, I went to see Jim Jarmusch’s latest film, Paterson. Here’s what I wrote at the time:

Paterson drives a bus, in Paterson, New Jersey. He writes poetry and lives a simple life, Seeing the world go by around him.

However, a more recent article completely changed my perspective on the movie:

Paterson offers a subtle, artful take on the aftereffects of war on American veterans

“It’s one of the best films yet about how the country forgot its recent wars — and those who fought them.”

I really liked this movie. But Vox’s piece has completely changed my understanding and appreciation towards it.