Red Grooms: And then suddenly I realized I had to expand it and I was pretty desperate for ideas.
Jim Jarmusch: And he went off on the guy, explaining why, but he was very agitated.
Grooms: And then there were terrific, fantastic, grotesque things done.
Jarmusch: You just sort of follow the trip.
Grooms: This all seems pretty good natured. So, we started.
Jarmusch: You know, I didn’t have much to do with it.
Grooms: The cop kind of holds the whole film together. He comes back down and he is disappearing.
Jarmusch: It’s hard for me to respond to or analyze that.
Grooms: He has disappeared.
Jarmusch: So he’s quite adaptable.
Grooms: Mmm. And then she is pulled in herself.
Grooms: No, not too much. I was getting so furious, they were bugging me so much. And since I naturally lean towards these eccentric things, then the city is a sort of gothic dark place.
Jarmusch: They had dialogue in advance. So there weren’t really any problems.
Grooms: But he was actually ablaze.