Inside Llewyn Davis
The latest movie trailer has arrived for the Academy Award winning Coen Brothers. The film is “Inside Llewyn Davis”, a story on the 1960’s New York folk scene before there was money or success to be had, told through the story of one of the true, musical martyr, inhabitants of that world. If you pay attention to the previous trailers, you’ll see that this one is only an extension of those half dozen scenes that were used, widening the cracks into Llewyn’s profound life just a bit. If you’d like to widen them even more, the soundtrack of the film is available on Vinyl for purchase and online for free listen. The movie itself is set to come out in December.
The promoted charm seems to be purely sentimental. Llyewn’s relationship with his ex, his kind, aged accountant, his mother, his cat, and now, the final emotion layer, him and his father. with the beautiful music to accompany I don’t think any sentimental music lover stands a chance. It’s like showing a grandmother a slideshow of babies backed by “what a wonderful world.” The antitheses of Sarah McLachlan’s shtick. Here are the released trailers, from reverse chronological order.
Inside Llewyn Davis was written, directed, produced and edited by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, with cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel, producer Scott Rudin, production designer Jess Gonchor, executive producers Robert Graf and Ron Halpern.
Actors include Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, and Garrett Hedlund.
The Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack was produced by T. Bone Burnett, Joel and Ethan Coen, and features Oscar Isaac, Marcus Mumford, Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan, Stark Sands, Adam Driver, Bob Dylan, Dave Van Ronk, and The Punch Brothers. The album can be heard on NPR’s “First Listen”.
See more on the film at insidellewyndavis.com