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* ReallyFondOfSleeping: Mitsuko explains her deep, abiding love of sleep, adding, "And when I die, I'll never sleep again."

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->''"You know, Memphis does look like Yokohama. Just more space. If you took away sixty percent of the buildings in Yokohama, it would look like this."''
-->-- '''Jun''' (Far From Yokohama)

''Mystery Train'' is a 1989 anthology film written and directed by Creator/JimJarmusch. It is comprised of three segments:
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!!''Far From Yokohama''


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!!''A Ghost''


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!!''Lost In Space''


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The three segments overlap with each other, and are tied together by the appearances of the bellhops played by Cinque Lee and Music/ScreaminJayHawkins.

!!This Movie Contains Examples of:

* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In an attempt to get Jun to smile, Mitsuko smears a ton of lipstick on her lips and kisses him, leaving his face smeared with it. She then asks, "do you always wear this much lipstick?". This leaves a genuine smile on his face.
* InterruptedSuicide: Joe Strummer's character attempts to shoot himself with his gun, but is interrupted by his [[spoiler:not]] brother-in-law, played by Steve Buscemi. As they struggle for the gun, the brother-in-law gets shot in the knee-cap.
* PerpetualFrowner: Jun never smiles.
* ThoseTwoGuys: The bellhops, played by Cinque Lee and Music/ScreaminJayHawkins.

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