quinta-feira, 19 de dezembro de 2013

Inside Llewin Davis (2013)

Joel and Ethan Coen return to the cinema spotlight with Inside Llewin Davis, the story of a week in the life of a young folk musician that tries to succeed in Greenwich Village, a neighborhood in New York that witnessed the birth of folk talents such as Bob Dylan. This is another great quality movie from the brothers, even if a bit more discreet when compared to True Grit or No Country for Old Men. Oscar Isaac brilliantly leads an excellent cast of intriguing and rich supporting characters (John Goodman is amazing), that will be a part of his misadventures. The movie finds an unique balance between serious drama and the humor that characterizes the Coen Brothers films so well, being sometimes a reminder of Fargo or even Burn After Reading. The faces, the awkwardly perilous situations all sum up to the viewers delight. On the other hand, the quality folk soundtrack is a key on the movie that elevates it even higher. The photography is brilliantly executed as well. Inside Llewin Davis is certainly one of the best movies of 2013 that will earn a cult status in the near future for sure.

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