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  Rated R · 105 min. · 2013

Oscar Isaac plays a hard-luck folk singer trying to make his name in 1961 Greenwich Village in this music-studded drama from writer-directors Joel and Ethan Coen. Also starring Carey Mulligan, John Goodman and Justin Timberlake.

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Official Site: www.insidellewyndavis.com
Director: Ethan Coen and Joel Coen
Writer: Joel Coen
Producer: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen and Scott Rudin
Cast: Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, John Goodman, Garrett Hedlund, Justin Timberlake, F. Murray Abraham, Adam Driver, Max Casella, Ricardo Cordero and Ethan Phillips

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Indy Week The early days of the Greenwich Village folk scene in Inside Llewyn Davis The film's fun is connecting its fictionalized characters to real-life inspirations by Neil Morris 01/08/2014
Chicago Reader The Coen brothers grow up The Coen brothers grow up with Inside Llewyn Davis. by J.R. Jones 12/18/2013
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Memphis Flyer Inside Llewyn Davis by Chris Davis 12/19/2013
Gambit Review: Inside Llewyn Davis Ken Korman says the Coen brothers' latest deserves every accolade it's gotten, and then some by Ken Korman 12/23/2013
Colorado Springs Independent The Coen brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis nails the tone of a proper period piece Oscar Isaac turns in a breakout performance. by Daniel Barnes 12/18/2013
The North Coast Journal Weekly Highlight Reel The best movies of 2013 by John J. Bennett 01/09/2014
Charleston City Paper Inside Llewyn Davis uses its music — and its characters — to explore grief and mourning Like many Coen brothers' films, this one is a kind of odyssey — and a more literally Homeric one than anything outside of O Brother, Where Art Thou? by Scott Renshaw 01/08/2014
Colorado Springs Independent Counting down 2013's 15 finest films Some of these never played in local theaters, so you'll need to fill out your Netflix queue. by Scott Renshaw 01/01/2014
The Coast Halifax Inside Llewyn Davis Surprise! He's a folk dick. by Tara Thorne 12/26/2013
Inlander Folk it Up The Coen Brothers strike again with Inside Llewyn Davis by Ed Symkus 12/19/2013
Tucson Weekly A Cat and a Song The Coen Brothers' take on the '60s folk scene looks and sounds great by Bob Grimm 12/19/2013
The North Coast Journal Weekly Intelligence Delving into the hearts of men by John J. Bennett 01/16/2014
Style Weekly Tangled Up in Blues Movie Review: "Inside Llewyn Davis" looks at the sharp, cold divide between talent and genius. by Nicholas Emme 12/10/2013
Arkansas Times Song cycle with a sad sack Coens' latest is a gem. by Sam Eifling 01/09/2014
Connect Savannah Review: Inside Llewyn Davis In the best film of 2013, Oscar Isaac plays a folksinger in 1961 New York who's just waiting for that big break. by Matt Brunson 01/08/2014
Portland Mercury That Darn Cat! The folk music and furballs of Inside Llewyn Davis. by Ned Lannamann 12/18/2013
NUVO Movie review: Inside Llewyn Davis It's a tragedy leavened with humor drawn from the Cosmic Joke. And that's enough for us. by Ed Johnson-Ott 01/07/2014

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