R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
The story of a mysterious loner, a stranger in the process of completing a criminal job.
Óscar Jaenada crossed paths with Jim Jarmusch when the director was scouting Madrid for locations, and was such a fan of his work that couldn't help but to asked him for a role once he knew he was shooting a movie in Spain.
You don't speak Spanish, right?
French: You don't speak Spanish, right?
Creole: You are ready? Everything's cool?
French: You are ready? Everything's cool?
Lone Man: Yes!
When the Lone Man travels from Madrid to Sevilla, he enters a S 100 AVE train set. But the interior shots are clearly done in a S 103 (Velaro E), a totally different - and much newer - type of train.
"Quantum Respect and broken flowers to BART WALKER" in closing credits
English, Spanish, Arabic, French, Japanese
$55,820 (USA) (3 May 2009)
$425,025 (USA) (28 June 2009)