Broken Flowers 2005 film review

Sunday, 4.3.22

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I decided to watch the movie, Broken Flowers, again on the indie channel. I have seen it before, most likely on the indie channel, maybe ten years ago. It is interesting. It is a 2005 French-American film directed/written by Jim Jarmusch and produced by Jon Kilik and Stacey Smith. Bill Murray plays an aging man going through his middle age crisis. (I noticed Bill Murray seems to do a lot of

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Originally from Edinburgh, Scotland, but raised in America, and now a Cali Girl.

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Fifi Leigh

Fifi Leigh

Originally from Edinburgh, Scotland, but raised in America, and now a Cali Girl.

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