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It is, it must be said, a lot more forgiving about aging men than Alexander Payne's road-movies About Schmidt or Sideways, but it is still a very attractive piece of film-making, bolstered by terrific performances from an all-star cast, spearheaded by endlessly droll, seductively sensitive Bill Murray." The soundtrack to the film features an eclectic mix of music, chiefly using instrumentals by Ethiopian jazz artist Mulatu Astatke as the main score, mixed with garage rock (The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Greenhornes, Holly Golightly), stoner metal (Sleep), soul (Marvin Gaye), rocksteady reggae (The Tennors), and classical (Gabriel Fauré's Requiem).

On her father’s side, Alexis is the granddaughter of Henry J. Alexis’ maternal grandparents were Ameliano/Mellon De Deo/Didio and Angelina/Angeline/Angie Amoroso (the daughter of Florenzo Amoroso and Giacinta Di Germanio).

Don leaves the flowers at the grave of the fifth woman, Michelle Pepe, whom Don originally thought might be the mother before finding out she had died five years prior.

Finally, Don returns home where he finds a pink letter from Sherry, admitting she still likes him.

Winston researches the current locations of the five women most likely to have written the letter and gives Don the information along with maps and flight reservations, and persuades him to visit them.

Ultimately Don meets with four women (the fifth one had died before the events of the film), each encounter worse than the last and each woman damaged in some way: Later, Don stops at a florist to buy flowers from a young woman named Sun Green (Pell James) who treats his cut.

After 15 weeks in release, the movie ended with a domestic total of ,744,960.

The film fared much better internationally, taking in ,975,531 to bring its total gross to ,720,491.

The film focuses on an aging "Don Juan" who embarks on a cross-country journey to track down four of his former lovers after receiving an anonymous letter stating that he has a son.On September 28, 2007, a federal district court judge dismissed Martin's lawsuit that Jarmusch and Focus Films stole the screenplay from him.The film was released theatrically on August 5, 2005 earning 0,408 from 27 theaters.Murray is at a point in his career when his self-effacement has achieved high comic art, and he collaborates with Jarmusch at a point in his career when he’s trying to be something more than hipster-serene.Both succeed, by committing to the notion that a yearning to be reborn within a hopeless, brittle soul is worthy of drama—as well as a deeper, gentler humor." Peter Bradshaw called it "Jarmusch's most enjoyable, accessible work for some time, perhaps his most emotionally generous film - like Cronenberg, he has made a bold venture into the mainstream with a movie that creates a gentle cloud of happiness.

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