I have to admit I was suspect about a vampire film from Jm Jarmusch, but I should have trusted the director's good taste and sensibility. The result is a cool, meditative and haunting love story, Only Lovers Left Alive (2013). The story focuses on the love affair between two ancient vampires, the chic and biblically named Eve (Tilda Swinton) and Adam (Tom Hiddleson). Adam is something of a musician and old school artifact collector, who uses outdated technology to connect with Eve, who as adapted-she has an iPhone after all. At the beginning of the film they are living in two separately haunting places, Adam in Detroit and Eve in Tangier, where the sage and irascible Marlowe (Jon Hurt) also resides. There are some sly references suggesting , that Marlowe is actually Shakespeare. Several of these types of references are peppered throughout the film. Jarmusch effectively ties an equally haunting score with nigh-time visages of both otherworldly places. Things unravel when Eve out of control younger sister, Ava (Mia Wasikowska) shows up on the scene and causes Adam to flee to Tangier with Eve, who had been visiting him. It was very entertaining and an unexpected triumph from Jarmusch.