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Film review

Vampire flick offers dry humor but moves at slow pace

Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston star in the vampire tale "Only Lovers Left Alive." (Gordon A. Timpen/Sony Pictures Classics)
Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston star in the vampire tale "Only Lovers Left Alive." (Gordon A. Timpen/Sony Pictures Classics)
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Aging indie hipster Jim Jarmusch finally gets around to making his vampire movie with “Only Lovers Left Alive,” a droll, dry and atmospheric character study in the Jarmusch style. The director who brought us “Night on Earth,” “Mystery Train” and “Broken Flowers” tells the story of a couple of undead lovers, together through the centuries, now separated by an ocean and half a continent. Adam (Tom Hiddleston) is a musician. And having had several lifetimes ...

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