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Film review

Coen brothers strike chord with tale of vulnerable folk singer

Friday, January 10, 2014
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Film review


The latest character to be fed into the Coen brothers’ metaphorical wood chipper is a 1960s Greenwich Village folk singer. Yet their bleak, bittersweet comedy of frustration, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” is surprisingly empathetic toward its embattled title character. ...

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