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INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, 2013
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  MOVIE POSTERINSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, 2013
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Director: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

Stars: Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, John Goodman

Review by Matthew Toffolo

SYNOPSIS:

A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.

REVIEW:

What I Liked About This Film

The fitting irony of the portrayal of a talent artist who can't find his way because he lost his partner. It's almost like the Brothers' Coen one day asked each other what would happen to either of them if one of them died. Would they also be lost like Llewyn Davis? And that was their initial setup to make this movie.

That's the film.

No matter how much talent and drive you have, you need someone by your side to trust and love you. Give you that confidence to take chances because you know that they are by your side no matter what. Llewyn Davis is a lost soul. He's alive but he lost a part of himself when his partner committed suicide. And he'll never get it back.

This is a sad story for anyone who attempts a career in the field of arts. Whether you're a musician, a writer, a filmmaker, a painter etc.... you need someone there beside you along the way. We can never do it alone.

The last scene of Lleywn alone in the alley outside a performance bar as a very talented musician we assume is Bob Dylan plays in the background is heartbreaking. He's another one of those talented artists who no one will ever know about. Lleywn can't work with someone else, and he can't work with himself. That's his tragedy.

What I Loved About This Film

The discussion it has afterwards for the viewing audience. I went to a matinee showing and there was so much rumbling of discussion afterwards from the audience about their feelings on the film. This is what the movies are about for me personally. There are an expression of our lives which lead to us pondering about the world in general. This film succeeds on that level.

What I Love About This Coen Brothers

They keep movie forward as filmmakers. They always tell stories that stand the test of time. Their body of work is exceptional. Perhaps the best filmmakers of all-time. Easily the best filmmaking team of all-time.

ACTORCoen Brothers
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ACTOROscar Isaac
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ACTORCarey Mulligan
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ACTORJustin Timberlake
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ACTOREthan Phillips
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ACTORRobin Bartlett
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ACTORMax Casella
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ACTORJerry Grayson
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ACTORJeanine Serralles
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ACTORAdam Driver
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ACTORJohn Goodman
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ACTORGarrett Hedlund
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ACTORAlex Karpovsky
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