Tilda Swinton, who stars in the new Jim Jarmusch vampire flick, “Only Lovers Left Alive”, is not afraid of her own mortality.
“I think in a funny way we all do live forever,” she told us Wednesday during a Cinema Society screening of the film at Landmark Sunshine. “There aren’t that many people who aren’t spoken about after they die... I think immortality is probably overrated. I am all for the adventure. It’s coming and I’m not frightened.”
After, guests including Swinton’s younger boyfriend, artist Sandro Kopp, Patti Smith, Peter Sarsgaard, Christy Turlington and Joel Coen headed a W Magazine-sponsored bash at the Handy Liquor Bar.