Inside Llewyn Davis

Inside Llewyn Davis

Director: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen Cast: Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan

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Overview

Idealistic young folk singer Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) struggles to make a name for himself in the Greenwich Village folk scene of the early 1960s in this fictional period drama from Joel and Ethan Coen. As the harsh winds of winter blow through the streets of New York City, the homeless singer/songwriter drifts from couch to couch in search of his big break. Feeling that he's finally burned his bridge with longtime friends and fellow folk singers Jim (Justin Timberlake) and Jean (Carey Mulligan), and convinced that his recent work on a novelty song will lead him nowhere, Llewyn hitches a ride to Chicago with the mysterious Roland Turner (John Goodman) and his taciturn valet Johnny Five (Garrett Hedlund) on a mission to audition for famed impresario Bud Grossman (F. Murray Abraham). Meanwhile, Llewyn discovers that he himself may be the biggest obstacle on his arduous road to success.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/19/2016
UPC: 0715515165419
Original Release: 2013
Rating: R
Source: Criterion
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:44:00
Sales rank: 8,953

Special Features

New audio commentary featuring authors Robert Christgau, David Hajdu, and Sean Wilentz New conversation between filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and the Coen brothers about the evolution of their approach Inside "Inside Llewyn Davis" (2013), a forty-three-minute documentary Another Day, Another Time (2013) a 101-minute film documenting an Inside Llewyn Davis tribute concert, featuring Joan Baez, Marcus Mumford, Punch Brothers, Gillian Welch, Jack White, and others New conversation between music producer T Bone Burnett and the Coens about folk music, with illustrations by Drew Christie New piece about the early sixties Greenwich Village folk scene, featuring music writer and historian Elijah Wald Sunday, a short film by Dan Drasin documenting a 1961 clash between folk musicians and police in Washington Square Park Trailers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Oscar Isaac Llewyn Davis
Carey Mulligan Jean Berkey
Justin Timberlake Jim Berkey
Garrett Hedlund Johnny Five
F. Murray Abraham Bud Grossman
John Goodman Roland Turner
Jeanine Serralles Joy
Ethan Phillips Mitch Gorfein
Robin Bartlett Lillian Gorfein
Max Casella Pappi Corsicato
Jerry Grayson Mel Novikoff
Adam Driver Al Cody
Stark Sands Troy Nelson
Alex Karpovsky Marty Green
Helen Hong Janet Fung
Bradley Mott Joe Flom
Michael Rosner Arlen Gamble
Bonnie Rose Dodi Gamble
Jack A. O'Connell Elevator Attendant
Ricardo Cordero Nunzio
Sylvia Kauders Ginny
Ian Jarvis Cromartie
Diane Findlay Receptionist
Ian Blackman Studio Man
Steve Routman Abortion Doctor
Susan Blommaert Nurse
Amelia McClain Oasis Waitress
James Colby Cop On Road
Charlotte Booker Chicago Waitress
Mike Houston Train Station Cop
Sam Haft Man in Gate of Horn
Jason Shelton Youth in Car
Frank Ridley Union Hall Man 1
John Ahlin Union Hall Man 2
Jake Ryan Danny
Declan Bennett Irish Singer
Erik Hayden Additional Irish Singer
Daniel Everidge Additional Irish Singer
Jeff Takacs Additional Irish Singer
Nancy Blake Elizabeth Hobby
Stephen Payne Mr. Hobby
Roberto Lopez Bouncer
Benjamin Pike Young Bob

Technical Credits
Joel Coen Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Ethan Coen Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Nancy Capper Costumes/Costume Designer
Ellen Chenoweth Casting
Olivier Courson Executive Producer
Bruno Delbonnel Camera Operator,Cinematographer
Catherine Farrell Associate Producer
Jess Gonchor Production Designer
Robert Graf Executive Producer
Ron Halpern Executive Producer
Drew Houpt Associate Producer
Roderick Jaynes Editor
Deborah Jensen Art Director
Steve Kirshoff Special Effects Supervisor
Peter Kurland Sound Mixer
Betsy Magruder Asst. Director
Scott Rudin Producer
Mary Zophres Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Inside Llewyn Davis: The Criterion Collection
1. Gaslight Cafe, 1961 [5:33]
2. The Gorfeins' Cat [5:19]
3. Mel Novikoff [3:44]
4. "500 Miles" [4:50]
5. Trouble With Jean [5:57]
6. Childhood In A Box [3:33]
7. "Please Mr. Kennedy" [6:07]
8. Jean's Needs [7:01]
9. "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song) [5:27]
10. Chicago-Bound [1:13]
11. Rest Stop [9:03]
12. Bud Grossman [5:51]
13. Back To New York City [9:39]
14. Hugh Davis's Son [3:36]
15. Gingham Panties [7:13]
16. "Au Revoir" [7:17]
1. Color Bars [:20]
1. The Original "Hang Me'/Dave Von Ronk's Jazz Influences [5:33]
2. Choosing The Right Repertoire [5:19]
3. Folkways Records [3:44]
4. Troy Nelson As Tom Paxton/Folk As A Pop Trend [4:50]
5. Wahington Square Park [5:57]
6. Between Greenwich Village And Queens [3:33]
7. Llewyn's Guitar/"Please Mr. Kennedy" [6:07]
8. Buffalo Bill Cody/Llewyn's Search For Authenticity [7:01]
9. Bohemians/The Upper West Side [5:27]
10. Beatniks Vs. Folk Artists/Bob Dylan's Fateful Road Trip [1:13]
11. The Limitations Of Bohemia [9:03]
12. The Gate Of Horn/"The Death Of Queen Jane" [5:51]
13. Albert Grossman [9:39]
14. Van Ronk's Leftist Politics [3:36]
15. Robert Shelton's Times Review [7:13]
16. Dylan's Originaltiy/Van Ronk's Legacy [7:17]
0. Color Bars [:20]
1. Chapter 1 [40:10]
2. Chapter 2 [:35]
Disc #2 -- Inside Llewyn Davis: The Criterion Collection
1. Keep It Clean [3:35]
2. America's Campfire [3:21]
3. Gillian Welch: "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?" [4:12]
4. "Hang Me, Oh Hang Me" In The Studio [3:03]
5. Dave Rawlings Machine [4:08]
6. Colin Meloy's Patriotic Folk [3:05]
7. The Avett Brothers' Celebratory South [7:04]
8. "Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad" Backstage With The Avett Brothers [1:41]
9. Rhiannon Giddens" Folk Meets Celtic [7:37]
10. "Did You Hear John Hurt?" [7:56]
11. Oscar Isaac: "Green, Green Ricky Road" [4:12]
12. Punch Brothers: "Rye Whiskey" [3:33]
13. Harmonies With The Milk Carton Kids [6:22]
14. Lake Street Dive: "You Go Down Smooth" [3:34]
15. Backstage With Willie Watson [5:35]
16. Patti Smith: Folk Meets Punk [6:25]
17. "The Auld Triangle" [3:05]
18. Marcus Mumford And Joan Baez: "Give Me Cornbread When I'm Hungry" [3:07]
19. Marcus Mumford: "I Was Young When I Left Home" [5:01]
20. Punch Brothers, Marcus Mumford, And Oscar Isaac: "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)" [3:58]
21. "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)" Studio Take [4:21]
22. 'Moonshiner" With Chris Thile/Musician Credits [3:26]
23. Closing Credits [2:33]
1. Chapter 1 [15:30]
2. Chapter 2 [:31]
1. Chapter 1 [18:37]
2. Chapter 2 [:26]
1. Chapter 1 [17:09]

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Inside Llewyn Davis 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought it was a good movie
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An interesting but failed film, partly because the Coens poach on incidents from folksinger Dave van Ronk's life to create a grim Hollywood sendup of the folk scene. Nominally it's placed in the early 1960s, but the relationships and details are too many to ignore. Far better is van Ronk's memoir, "The Mayor of Macdougal Street". Had the Coens trusted the material in it, they'd have had a great film.