A week in the life of Paterson (Adam Driver), a city bus driver in Paterson, NJ, as he balances the demands of his working-class job with his passion for poetry and the creative yearnings of his stay-at-home wife Laura (Golshifteh Farahani). Jim Jarmusch wrote and directed this meditative, slice-of-life dramedy.~Daniel Gelb
Did you miss this in theaters? Have you ever heard of "Paterson?" Yes, the movie, not the town in New Jersey.
This film is the perfect bit of soul, whimsy and celebration of every day life. As pretentious as that may sound, this is not a pretentious film, but rather something for everybody. It's the perfect antidote to everything wrong in the world and one of 2016's gems.
See and savor this beautiful little film about a bus driver who writes poetry and sees the magic in everything.
The A/V is good, the extras are non-existent, but it's still a powerful, memorable film for the best reasons.
This movie was kind a like Ground Hog Day. Takes time to get to the point
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Great movie about the lost art of poetry
Adam Driver delivers a fantastic role as a bus driver who writes poetry about his life. In the movie, it shows that everyone in this world has something meaningful to say. People from amateur rappers, a preteen girl, or a renown international poet.