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Title :Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
Rating :7.4/10
Release : 6 November 2013 (France)
Genre :Drama
Runtime:1h 44min
Language:USA | UK | France
Director:Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
Writers:Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Stars :Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, John Goodman

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Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) review

Along with a bemused tabby cat, Oscar Isaac adroitly carries Joel and Ethan Coen’s “Inside Llewyn Davis,” a tragicomic tale of a singer and songwriter whose woeful personality flaws constantly undercut his obvious talent.

Between Isaac’s career-making performance as a guy who can’t seem to get out of his own way and the tuneful reunion of the Coen brothers and soundtrack guru T Bone Burnett (with an assist from Marcus Mumford), Llewyn Davis’ doomed quest for fame, fortune and artistic integrity becomes a darkly absurdist brokenhearted ballad to the 1960s New York folk scene.

The importance of Isaac’s (“Drive”) natural, nuanced lead turn cannot be overstated. Despite the obvious references to Homer’s “The Odyssey” and the terrific partnership between the sibling auteurs and Burnett, “Llewyn Davis” is less a full-fledged narrative film like “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” than a quirky Coen Brothers character study steeped in the stupid circumstances and ludicrous miseries life throws everyone’s way.

We first meet Llewyn gorgeously crooning the traditional tune “Hang Me, Oh Hang Me” for a small audience at a dingy Greenwich Village club. Then a shadowy man beats the ever-loving snot out of him in the alley.

Our natural sympathy for Llewyn is soon put to the test: It becomes clear that he deserves a good knock or two. He’s a talented singer but he’s also a snobby, self-centered jerk. Llewyn is grieving the death of his musical partner, but he seems to view his pain as a point of pride.

Essentially homeless, Llewyn couch-surfs across New York City, insulting and abusing his hosts along the way. At Mitch and Lillian Gorfein’s (Ethan Phillips and Robin Bartlett) place, he lets their cat out, loses the tabby, refuses to perform for their guests and throws a screaming fit. He ends up at the home of his fellow singers Jim (Justin Timberlake) and Jean (Carey Mulligan).

With his debut solo album, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” failing to sell, Llewyn uses the money for a road trip to Chicago. He catches a ride on this bizarre journey with Roland Turner (an excellent John Goodman), a junkie jazz musician whose scornful attitude upstages even Llewyn’s, and Roland’s laconic beat poet driver/caretaker Johnny Five (Garrett Hedlund).

With superb acting and musical performances — including a foreshadowing to a certain folk singer who would forever change the musical world — “Inside Llewyn Davis” intriguingly explores the artistic condition.



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