The Afterlife Goes On: Jim Jarmusch’s ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

In The Dead Don’t Die, Jim Jarmusch’s signature style of filmmaking is seamlessly woven into the typical setup of the zombie horror film sub-genre. A small, fictitious town in rural America experiences strange goings-on that lead to the reanimation of its deceased citizens and a fight to escape for the remaining survivors. Jarmusch cleverly subverts generic expectations with his penchant for wry humour, deadpan delivery, celebrity cameos and meta-textual references.

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