Inside Llewyn Davis Inside Llewyn Davis

Ethan Coen, Joel Coen / USA, France / 2013 / 105 min / English

Greenwich Village, the winter of 1961. LLewyn Davis is a folk singer trying to make a living as a musician. Having a hard time putting the pieces together, he survives at the mercy of his friends and “not so friends”. As far as discovering his talent is concerned: he just happens to be at the right place at the wrong time. Like O Brother, Where Art Thou?, the latest picture by the Coen brothers is an odyssey in which music is not merely background but “the flesh on its bones”. Take a seat and listen. Grand Prize of the Jury in Cannes. (English spoken)

»Inside Llewyn Davis has a certain kinship with Les Misérables. In it almost all the principal actors – Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake – sing. There are lots of duets and trios. While not quite a musical, Inside Llewyn Davis is built around full-length performances of folk songs that were heard in the grubby cafes of the Village in a year when Bob Dylan, who kind of, sort of shows up in the movie, had just appeared on the scene.«
- Joel Coen

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