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Tom Hiddleston And Tilda Swinton Own Sexy Swagger In Only Lovers Left Alive Trailer
Written and directed by Jarmusch, Only Lovers Left Alive focuses on the latest rendezvous of far-flung husband and wife vamps Adam and Eve. He's a brooding musician living in Detroit and driven to create but depressed by the fame that inevitably follows. She's a glamorous muse luxuriating in Tangiers where the blood is fabulous and the atmosphere is luscious. When Adam's world-weariness begins tipping him toward thoughts of suicide, Eve rushes to reinvigorate him.
NYFF Review: Tom Hiddleston And Tilda Swinton Are Totally Swoon-Worthy In Only Lovers Left Alive
Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton star as Adam and Eve, a husband and wife vampire duo whose marriage has lasted centuries. Their journeys have introduced them to countless artists and icons, and lead them all around the world. But this isnít the story of their past; it is one of their world-weary present.
Tilda Swinton And Tom Hiddleston Are Vampires In Heat In Only Lovers Left Alive Clips
Sometimes a movie so fantastically bizarre comes together that it sounds like it's some sort of brilliant Madlib. That's how I lovingly think of Only Lovers Left Alive, a romantic drama written and directed by art house auteur Jim Jarmusch that stars Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as vampire lovers.
See Tilda Swinton & Tom Hiddleston As Vampire Lovers In Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive
Oh, I'm sorry, did you think end of the Twilight saga meant the vampire craze was over? Well, it's not. Not if Jim Jarmusch has anything to say about it. The deadpan indie auteur with the iconic shock of silver hair is prepping to present his take on a vampire tale with Only Lovers Left Alive.
Anton Yelchin Joins Jim Jarmusch Vampire Drama Only Lovers Left Alive
Will the strangely beautiful Swinton, who has appeared in his last two efforts Broken Flowers and The Limits of Control, make exceedingly angular love to the similarly gorgeous Hiddleston? Or is Jane Eyre a clue that what was once Fassbender's role is to be Wasikowska's gloomy love interest once more? Or will it be the film's youngest pair, Wasikowska and Yelchin who will fall into eternal and torturous love?