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An African-American Mafia hit man who models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob. An African-American Mafia hit man who models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob. An African-American Mafia hit man who models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob.

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  • 1 win & 8 nominations

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Ghost Dog : There is something to be learned from a rainstorm. When meeting with a sudden shower, you try not to get wet and run quickly along the road. But doing such things as passing under the eaves of houses, you still get wet. When you are resolved from the beginning, you will not be perplexed, though you still get the same soaking. This understanding extends to everything.

  • Crazy credits The second to last person thanked at the credits' close is Akira Kurosawa--the Japanese filmmaker who filmed one of the Ghost Dog's central texts, Rashomon.
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Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

1999, Crime/Drama, 1h 56m

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An innovative blend of samurai and gangster lifestyles. Read critic reviews

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Ghost Dog (Forest Whitaker) is a contract killer, a master of his trade who can whirl a gun at warp speed and moves through this world like a phantom -- stealthy and evanescent. In the spirit of the samurai, he has pledged his loyalty to a small time mobster named Louie (John Tormey) who saved his life many years before.

Rating: R (Strong Violence|Language)

Genre: Crime, Drama

Original Language: English

Director: Jim Jarmusch

Producer: Richard Guay , Jim Jarmusch

Writer: Jim Jarmusch

Release Date (Theaters): May 18, 1999  original

Release Date (Streaming): Oct 12, 2016

Box Office (Gross USA): $3.3M

Runtime: 1h 56m

Distributor: Artisan Entertainment

Production Co: Le Studio Canal +, Pandora Filmproduktion GmbH, Plywood Productions, Bac Films, JVC Entertainment, Degeto Film

Sound Mix: Surround, Dolby Digital

Aspect Ratio: Scope (2.35:1)

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Forest Whitaker

John Tormey

Cliff Gorman

Sonny Valerio

Henry Silva

Isaach de Bankolé

Tricia Vessey

Louise Vargo

Victor Argo

Gene Ruffini

Old Consigliere

Richard Portnow

Handsome Frank

Camille Winbush

Jim Jarmusch

Richard Guay

Diana Schmidt

Co-Producer

Robby Müller

Cinematographer

Jay Rabinowitz

Film Editing

Ellen Lewis

Laura Rosenthal

Production Design

Mario R. Ventenilla

Art Director

Ron von Blomberg

Set Decoration

John A. Dunn

Costume Design

Jude Gorjanc

Assistant Director

Anthony J. Ciccolini III

Sound Designer

Kevin Meehan

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Now Forest Whitaker isn't the kind of guy you would normally think of for a smart ice cool hitman flick. His big lumbering appearance and droopy eye always gives him the look of a bad guy or suit type, not some ninja like assassin. But here we are in dare I say 'Leon' for a black audience? is that wrong of me? cos this sure as hell is what it is. Take the overall premise of 'Leon' and virtually copy it scene for scene and you have 'Ghost Dog' but with a nice samurai code twist. This film is actually based on a very good French film called 'Le Samouraï' which in turn also probably influenced Besson for his New York based hitman classic. Its pretty fair to say when watching that this is heavily influenced by those said films, from the hit sequences to the little girl who 'Ghost Dog' befriends but doesn't train...although that is hinted at somewhat towards the end. Personally I love this film, its could easily be a sequel to 'Leon' and moves just as sexually and gracefully including some excellent hit scenes, albeit a bit brief. The film is kinda slow and builds around 'GD' training in the art of samurai whilst living his simple life caring for pigeons. Your not really sure if your suppose to root for this guy either, he's not doing good stuff after all. He works for the mob and kills people, breaks into properties and steals cars pretty regularly, he doesn't kill innocents but nor does he care too much about them or their material possessions. Trying not to mention other films too much here but when you see the American mobsters in this it rings so many bells. The bad guys are a classic stereotypical cliched lineup of fat, aging, balding, badly dressed 70's looking rejects that could of come from any well known mafia flick you've ever heard of. I loved how they looked and spoke in that typical Nu Joisey/Nu Yawk fashion with their big tinted shades, dated tracksuits or leather coats, absolutely perfect. You could almost think of these guys as a parody really. Almost caricatures and exactly how you expect Italian American hoods to look and act with the addition of great names like 'Handsome Frank' and the all too common names of Vinny, Ray and Louie. The cast are familiar too, all the regular faces that normally play wheezing old fat mafioso's. Their boss is Henry Silva who is pretty much the perfect face for a bad guy, a mafia bad guy. The man is a character acting legend plus his face is evil looking with those sharp cheek bones and odd stretched wrinkle-less like skin complexion, no wonder he was in 'Dick Tracy'. There isn't too much action here like I said but that isn't a problem really. The film moves slow just like its main player and the outcome is resolved quite quickly really. The Japanese filling throughout is a nice touch which is obviously there because of the French film it plays homage to but it neither hinders or helps really, its just nice little touches that are pleasant to view. End of the day the samurai code doesn't really effect the film much apart from what 'GD' allows to happen. Didn't think the film needed the African American influence of rap music though, would of been nice without that, more unique really as the old gangster thing still looms somewhat. Still a unique film though can't dent that. For me the film is made with the stellar casting for the bad guys, they are really quite amusing, Whitaker does well also in his calm near silent role. A must see film if you like this kind of thing but just don't expect tonnes of action.

There were some interesting scenes (namely, when he shot the guy through the sink in his bathroom) but overall I didn't think it was great.

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Ghost dog: the way of the samurai.

1999 Directed by Jim Jarmusch

All assassins live beyond the law … only one follows the code

An African-American Mafia hit man who models himself after the samurai of old finds himself targeted for death by the mob.

Forest Whitaker John Tormey Cliff Gorman Henry Silva Isaach De Bankolé Camille Winbush Victor Argo Gene Ruffini Richard Portnow Tricia Vessey Vinny Vella Joseph Rigano Frank Minucci Vince Viverito Frank Adonis Damon Whitaker Dennis Liu Kenny Guay Gano Grills Touché Cornel Jamie Hector Chuck Jeffreys Roberto Lopez Salvatore Alagna Jerry Todisco Dreddy Kruger Timbo King Clay, Da, Raider Dead and Stinking Show All… Deflon Sallahr Gary Farmer Clebert Ford José Rabelo Jerry Sturiano Tony Rigo Alfred Nittoli Angel Caban Luz Valentin Renee Bluestone Jordan Peck Jonathan Teague Cook Tracy Howe Vanessa Hollingshead Sharon Angela Yan Ming Shi RZA

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Jim Jarmusch

Assistant Directors Asst. Directors

Jude Gorjanc Cindy Craig

Producers Producers

Jim Jarmusch Richard Guay Diana Schmidt

Writer Writer

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Ellen Lewis Laura Rosenthal

Editor Editor

Jay Rabinowitz

Cinematography Cinematography

Robby Müller

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Rick Raphael Chaim Kantor

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Christopher Porter Mark Schwentner

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Mario Ventenilla

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Ron von Blomberg

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John Furniotis Don Nolan

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Karst

Review by Karst ★★★★½

jim jarmusch’s most action packed movie and it’s still a mostly chill time

Todd Gaines

Review by Todd Gaines ★★★★ 3

The Last King of Scotland as Ghost Dog. A hip-hop listening, bird loving, samurai assassin who goes to war with the mob after a routine hit goes to shit. Words of samurai wisdom. Old school messaging. A French ice cream man. A pigeon massacre. A mob guy who knows his gangsta rap. Henry Silva's blank stare. Hunting bears out of season and paying the price. A wise hound. Getting shot in the exact same place twice. Watching one too many cartoons. Looking down the wrong sink. An epic final shootout. The RZA's Wu-Tang heavy score. Jim Jarmusch directs a modern day samurai classic.

Florin Scanlon

Review by Florin Scanlon ★★★★★ 18

What follows is me beating about the bush so for a clearer representation of what I think of this movie, skip to the last line.

Strange movie. It's directed by Jim Jarmusch after all. And it's awesome. Like, extremely awesome. And strange. Like, really strange. At a first look it seems like a cheap student movie made for cheap that looks cheap and is cheap in its reason for existing. But that's a very early and uninformed first look. Once Forest Whitaker as Ghost Dog inserts a cd into a freshly stolen car's player early into the movie and this song starts playing you realize that this is no ordinary movie. You begin to realize this is an awesome movie.…

Josh Lewis

Review by Josh Lewis ★★★★ 2

“Matters of great concern should be treated lightly. Matters of small concern should be treated seriously."

Maintaining the old ways even in the face of extinction and seeing the world as a dream. Meditative and mystical (and like all Jarmusch filled to the brim with wonderfully weird digressions and bursts of personality) but also the kind of movie where the guy whips his pistols out John Woo style and swings them around like a katana, full whoosh sound effects and all. 

comrade_yui

Review by comrade_yui ★★★★★ 9

instant favorite. resonates with everything i've ever thought, the core of my very being, the depths of my soul. it's like looking into a pane of glass; reflecting myself, while also perceiving the world around me. there is no difference. we are all journeying together, each having her own path. in the end, there is nothing to be said, save for the motion of a life lived. ghost dog is the Way of ways; the eternal present moment.

matt lynch

Review by matt lynch ★★★½

"Me and him, we're from different ancient tribes, and now we're both almost extinct. But sometimes you gotta stick with the ancient ways, the old school ways. I know you understand me."

that pretty much sums it up, not that i'm complaining. a DEAD MAN B-side, and probably Jarmusch's most accessible film. plus it uses an "Itchy & Scratchy" cartoon as an extra thematic button at the end.

PopcornIdeology

Review by PopcornIdeology ★★★★★ 4

INJECT THIS FUCKING MOVIE INTO MY VEINSSSS, POUR IT INTO A SHOT GLASS AND LET ME CHUG IT, CRUSH IT INTO A POWDER AND LET ME SNORT IT, PUT IT IN ME ASAP RASHOMON 10

theriverjordan

Review by theriverjordan ★★★★½ 29

“Ghost Dog Way of the Samurai” is a testament to intertexuality as a means for survival. And also for the construction of a necessary, self-made end. 

Jim Jarmusch’s film, about a New York mob hitman who sees himself as a legendary Japanese warrior, wears its primary inspiration in its title; Jean-Pierre Melville’s “Le Samouraï” (male directors, I’m begging you to please see another movie). While many have tried to varying success to make an entire film out of an homage to that classic of French cool, Jarmusch distinguishes “Ghost Dog” for how it is also an allusion to so much else. 

Jarmusch isn’t just throwing in references to his favorite pieces of art for self-gratification. Each allusion becomes an artistic…

Kylito ⚯͛

Review by Kylito ⚯͛ ★★★★★ 4

You thought killing John Wicks's dog was a crazy move? Wait until you mess with Ghost Dog’s pigeons LMAO.

Justin Peterson

Review by Justin Peterson ★★★★ 4

Criterion Collection Spine #1057

Director Jim Jarmusch's stylistic tribute to the Samurai genre, which paints a portrait of a badass urban warrior complete with Zen ideology, and a surprising flair of humor.

'If a warrior's head were to be suddenly cut off, he should still be able to perform one more action with certainty ... What the fuck does that mean? ... It's poetry. The poetry of war."

I first checked out Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai when my movie-loving uncle recommended it as a cool stealth assassin flick. And this was long before I became familiar with the classic international cinema it was inspired by. The main influence being Jean-Pierre Melville's 'Le Samouraï', which I was not…

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Review by CinemaVoid 🏴‍☠️ ★★★★ 2

He was a stoic urban samurai professional hitman who loved pigeons. He was an Italian mobster who watched old cartoons and dropped mad bars. Together, they shared only one thing in common: a fucking quirky code of honor.

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Ghost Dog has to be the coolest character in all of fiction

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