More Music, More Melancholy In New Trailer For INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS

Ben Umstead, East Coast Editor
Honestly, I'm not sure why we actually need three trailers for Joel and Ethan Coen's look into the folk music world of early 60s NYC, but here we have yet again Oscar Issacs as a vagabond-troubadour giving us a slight ping of deja vu for just about every man with an acoustic guitar from that era.

Granted, yes, the reasons are keeping the audience interested for that still far off December U.S. release, but there isn't much new to gleam here that any previous trailer didn't already give us. Still, lots to admire in mood, cinematography and production design. Not to mention the music.

If you'd like to get a further sense of Inside Llewyn Davis, than you can read Ryland's review of the film from Cannes right here.
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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "Honestly, I'm not sure why we actually need three trailers for Joel and Ethan Coen's look into the folk music world of early 60s NYC, but here we have yet again Oscar Issacs as a vagabond-troubadour giving us a slight ping of deja vu for just about every man with an acoustic guitar from that era."

    I don´t understand that either, Mr Umstead, but hey......it´s Coens Bros.

    I will see their movie regardless of how many trailers get released, I liked the first one best I think.

    Thanks for the trailer, Mr Umstead.

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