When you speak, even silence listens.
A little bit that's scary.
Broken Flowers was artfully ingenious, by the way, before I forget to say ecetera. Jim Jarmusch catching intelligently how lonely our memories are, and ending it with such implied emotion that it went past being clever and landed squarely in the masterful category. Bill Murray plays a similar role to the one he did with Lost In Translation, but twists it slightly, resulting in a more black and white character, one more inclined to allowing for dry assumptions. I really liked it, the humour was provocative and cheerfully nasty, as it tends to be with Jim Jarmusch, but I don't know if it's going to catch on the way Coffee & Cigarettes did. One can hope, certainly.
Today the majority are over at Playland, shouting on rides and watching animals snuffle about in pens. I'm caught still clinging to the internet petticoats, wandering the flooding catacomb of New Orleans and am wondering if I'll make it out at all. Ray should be calling, confirming if we're going to go rollercoaster or not. I hope he does it soon, as Reine called recently and I'm feeling bad that I haven't been able to ring her back yet.