Inside Llewyn Davis (Review)

Inside Llewyn Davis (Review)
Inside Llewyn Davis (Review)
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In 1961 New York, the folk music scene was going strong, but Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) in on the weak side. He’s always broke, living on friends’ couches and not successful with his music. This film has some of the Coen Brothers hallmark traits: interesting characters (and some hilarious ones), deadpan humor, as well as intelligent approaches to plot, situations and people. The songs are given extended play (with the actors singing live) and actors are all excellent. While this film is richly observed and enjoyable, it’s a bit slight by Coen Brothers standards.


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