Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) - Review

If you love the films of Joel and Ethan Coen, you know that they always look at the world through jaundiced, snark-colored glasses; they'll never be warm and toasty. That quality of metaphysical cynicism runs through all my favorite Coen brothers films, from Fargo to Burn After Reading to A Serious Man. But I was still taken aback to see their jokey misanthropy applied to Inside Llewyn Davis, a tale set in the achingly sincere Greenwich Village folk-music scene of 1961.

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