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Inside Llewyn Davis -- A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
Inside Llewyn Davis -- A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
Inside Llewyn Davis -- A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
Inside Llewyn Davis -- A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
Inside Llewyn Davis -- A week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.


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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Oscar Isaac ... Llewyn Davis

Carey Mulligan ... Jean

Justin Timberlake ... Jim

Ethan Phillips ... Mitch Gorfein

Robin Bartlett ... Lillian Gorfein

Max Casella ... Pappi Corsicato

Jerry Grayson ... Mel Novikoff

Jeanine Serralles ... Joy

Adam Driver ... Al Cody

Stark Sands ... Troy Nelson

John Goodman ... Roland Turner

Garrett Hedlund ... Johnny Five

Alex Karpovsky ... Marty Green

Helen Hong ... Janet Fung

Bradley Mott ... Joe Flom
Michael Rosner ... Arlen Gamble

Bonnie Rose ... Dodi Gamble

Jack 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

Samuel Haft ... Man in Gate of Horn

F. Murray Abraham ... Bud Grossman

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
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Genevieve Adams ... Downtown Girl (uncredited)

Paul Rocco Amato ... Columbia Record Executive (uncredited)
Ricardo Bailey ... Chicago Diner Counter Waiter (uncredited)
Logan Bennett ... Gaslight Patron (uncredited)

David Boston ... Man on Subway Platform (uncredited)
Jonny Brennan ... Gaslight Patron (uncredited)

Kristoffe Brodeur ... Seaman (uncredited)

Joel Brody ... Retired Merchant Marine (uncredited)

Laura Butler ... Pregnant Woman (uncredited)
Stan Carp ... Hugh Davis (uncredited)

Jason Daunno ... Downtown Guy (uncredited)
Nick Diamantis ... Gaslight Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Jared Evan ... Merchant Marine (uncredited)
Melanie Hearn ... Commuter (uncredited)

Rosemary Howard ... Chicago Pedestrian / NYC Pedestrian (uncredited)

George Katt ... Gaslight Café Guy (uncredited)
Phillip X Levine ... Chicago Commuter (uncredited)
Lerubi Lopez ... Pregnant Lady (uncredited)
Ellery McKinney ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Antonio E. Moreno ... Chicago Diner Patron (uncredited)

Etienne Navarre ... Sailor (uncredited)
Tara Steinberg ... Pregnant Woman (uncredited)
Matt Strickland ... Cafe Reggio Patron (uncredited)

Bill Weeden ... Merchant Marine (uncredited)

Steven Weisz ... Commuter (uncredited)

Brittany Joan White ... Pregnant Patient (uncredited)

Directed by
Ethan Coen 
Joel Coen 
Writing credits
Joel Coen (written by) &
Ethan Coen (written by)

Produced by
Ethan Coen .... producer
Joel Coen .... producer
Olivier Courson .... executive producer
Catherine Farrell .... associate producer
Robert Graf .... executive producer
Ron Halpern .... executive producer
Drew P. Houpt .... associate producer (as Drew Houpt)
Scott Rudin .... producer
Cinematography by
Bruno Delbonnel (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Ethan Coen  (as Roderick Jaynes)
Joel Coen  (as Roderick Jaynes)
Casting by
Ellen Chenoweth 
Production Design by
Jess Gonchor 
Art Direction by
Deborah Jensen 
Set Decoration by
Susan Bode  (as Susan Bode Tyson)
Costume Design by
Mary Zophres 
Makeup Department
Nathan J. Busch II .... key hair stylist (as Nathan Busch)
Michael Kriston .... hair department head
Nicki Ledermann .... makeup department head
Cassandra Saulter .... key makeup artist
Paula Kelly .... additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Amanda Miller .... wig maker (uncredited)
Lauzanne Nel .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Stephanie Pasicov .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Catherine Farrell .... post-production supervisor
Robert Graf .... unit production manager
Patty Willett .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Lake .... second second assistant director
Betsy Magruder .... first assistant director
John Silvestri .... second assistant director
Aidan Tumas .... dga trainee
Nate Grubb .... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Art Department
Michael Acevedo .... head carpenter (as Mike Acevedo Jr.)
Joseph A. Alfieri Jr. .... construction coordinator
David H. Allen .... assistant property (as David Allen)
Tommy Allen .... property master (as Tom Allen)
J. Todd Anderson .... nibdipper
Francisco Andraca .... shopcraftsman
Peter Ansel .... set dresser
Russell Berg .... set dresser
Dimitra Bixby .... set dresser
Jason 'Jay' Brown .... set dressing foreperson (as Jason Brown)
James Cappello .... shopcraft foreman
Yong Xi Chen .... scenic artist
Raphael Cohen .... shopman scenic
Luis Cortes .... set dresser
Angelo Digrigoli .... set dresser
James Donahue .... scenic artist
Brian Durham .... set dresser
Nicole Eckenroad .... art department production assistant
Ann Edgeworth .... assistant property
Jerry Engrassia .... set dresser
Steve Fratianni .... key construction grip (as Steve Frattiani)
Kley Gilbuena .... set dresser
Adam Goodnoff-Cernese .... on-set dresser
Alex Gorodetsky .... charge scenic
Maria Gorodetsky .... shopman scenic
W. Steven Graham .... assistant art director (as Steven Graham)
Bruce Gross .... leadman
Eric Helmin .... graphic designer
Jay Hendrickx .... scenic artist
Gregory Hill .... graphic designer
James Hoff .... camera scenic
Erica Hohf .... set decorating production assistant
Gavin Holmes Jr. .... construction grip (as Gavin A. Holmes Jr.)
Ray Hubbard .... shopcraftsman
Christopher Hébel .... scenic artist (as Christopher Hebel)
Karen Kates .... assistant property
Hinju Kim .... assistant art director
Imogen Lee .... set decorating buyer
Jordan Lovelace .... scenic artist
Leann Murphy .... art department coordinator
Anthony O.H. Navarro .... set dressing foreperson (as Anthony Navarro)
Quang Nguyen .... foreman scenic
Jennifer Alex Nickason .... assistant set decorator (as Jenny Alex Nickason)
Geoffrey D. Pound .... best boy construction grip (as Jeff Pound)
Phil Poznick .... set dressing foreperson
Collin Quinlan .... construction electric
Alija Sehapovic .... set dresser
Zach Selter .... set dresser
Bridget Siebert .... construction production assistant
Stavros Stamat .... lead shopman
Charles R. Suter .... scenic artist (as Charles Suter)
Marcia C. Suter .... scenic artist (as Maria Suter)
Omar Vaid .... set dressing foreperson
Christopher Weiser .... scenic artist (as Chris Weiser)
Ben Wepman .... set dresser
James Whelan .... set dresser (as Jim Whelan)
Justin Corbett .... construction grip (uncredited)
Richard Bryan Douglas .... standby carpenter (uncredited)
Gerard Fiore .... construction grip (uncredited)
Ginger Ingram LaBella .... graphic artist (uncredited)
Nicholas Lundy .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Shawn Mulligan .... construction grip (uncredited)
Martin Murray Jr. .... set dresser (uncredited)
Hollywood Nick Pagani .... picture car wrangler (uncredited)
Fanny Pereire .... art advisor (uncredited)
Mark Skversky .... set dresser (uncredited)
Mark Tierney .... shop craftsman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Marko A. Costanzo .... foley artist
Kenton Jakub .... adr editor
Bobby Johanson .... adr mixer
Randall L. Johnson .... boom operator (as Randy Johnson)
Peter F. Kurland .... production sound mixer
George A. Lara .... foley mixer (as George Lara)
Skip Lievsay .... sound re-recording mixer
Skip Lievsay .... supervising sound editor
Igor Nikolic .... assistant sound editor
Greg Orloff .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Rivera .... adr recordist
Timothia Sellers .... utility sound
Paul Urmson .... sound effects editor
Eric Harwood .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Derek Pacuk .... protools playback mixer (uncredited)
Egor Panchenko .... pro tools playback mixer (uncredited)
Bruce Pross .... sound effects recordist (uncredited)
Julian Townsend .... sound utility (uncredited)
Julian Townsend .... utility sound (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Mark Bero .... special effects coordinator
Doug Coleman .... special effects technician
David Kirshoff .... special effects technician
Steven Kirshoff .... special effects supervisor (as Steve Kirshoff)
Wayne Miller .... special effects technician
Ted Altman .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Matt Stonish .... special effects snow technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Oliver Armstrong .... digital compositor: Framestore
Andrea Atwater .... visual effects line producer: Framestore
Andrew Barry .... paint and roto artist: Framestore (as Andrew Berry)
Jarnail Bhachu .... digital compositor: Framestore
Ella Boliver .... digital compositor: Framestore
Harry Chung .... engineer: Framestore
Sarah Dowland .... visual effects producer: Framestore
Alex Lemke .... visual effects supervisor: Framestore
Zi Li .... pipeline technical director: Framestore
Alex Ling .... paint and roto artist: Framestore
Jesse Lucas .... pipeline technical director: Framestore
Michael Queen .... digital compositor: Framestore
Mayuko Saito .... paint and roto artist: Framestore
Jesse Spielman .... digital compositor: Framestore
Corrina Wilson .... compositing supervisor: Framestore
Yvette Wojciechowski .... visual effects editor: Framestore
James Yates .... visual effects production assistant: Framestore
Euna Kho .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Miyuki Shimamoto .... digital compositor: Framestore (uncredited)
Edward Gabree .... stunt double: Llewyn (as Ed Gabree)
Jery Hewitt .... stunt coordinator
Jennifer Lamb .... stunt driver: Llewyn
Roberto Lopez .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Tristan Allen .... company grip
Tamura Bakr .... rigging electric (as Tamu-Ra Bakr)
Maceo Bishop .... steadicam operator
Paul Candrilli .... best boy grip
Marcel Ciurea .... company grip
Anthony Coan .... camera production assistant
Nicole Cosgrove .... film loader
Bruno Delbonnel .... camera operator
Casey Ford .... rigging electric
Richie Ford .... rigging chief lighting technician
John Gatland .... company grip
Eric Gearity .... key rigging grip
Joseph Grimaldi .... best boy electric (as Joe Grimaldi)
Shahen Guiragossian .... company grip
George Harrington .... basecamp generator operator
Dana Hook .... best boy rigging grip
Justin Hook .... rigging grip
Nils Johnson .... video assist
Scott Kincaid .... lamp operator
Jeremy Knaster .... lamp operator
Mitchell Andrew Lillian .... key grip (as Mitch Lillian)
Jim Litten .... rigging electric
Kevin Lowry .... dolly grip
Bobby Mancuso .... first assistant camera (as Robert Mancuso)
Rick Marroquin .... dolly grip
Keith Marshall .... rigging grip
Michael J. Maurer .... lamp operator (as Mike Maurer)
Bill O'Leary .... chief lighting technician (as William O'Leary)
Paul Osekoski .... rigging electric
Louis Petraglia .... rigging best boy electric
Alison Cohen Rosa .... still photographer (as Alison Rosa)
Robert Stevers .... genny operator (as Bob Stevers)
Scott Tinsley .... second assistant camera
Robert Vuolo .... lamp operator (as Rob Vuolo)
Toby Miller .... additional electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Kati Batchelder .... extras casting assistant
Adam DeLisi .... extras casting assistant (as Adam Delisi)
Debbie DeLisi .... extras casting (as Debbie Delisi)
Jason Harris .... voice casting
Sondra James .... voice casting
Amelia Rasche McCarthy .... casting associate (as Amelia McCarthy)
Katrina Wandel .... casting assistant: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Megan Asbee .... set costumer
Nancy Au .... costume supervisor (as Nancy Capper)
Susan Bakula .... seamstress
Leigh Bell .... key costumer
Lucy Cobbs .... costume production assistant
Fionnuala M. Lynch .... set costumer (as Fionnuala Lynch)
John Porto .... costume production assistant
Amy Roth .... assistant costume designer
Ashley E. Singer .... ager/dyer (as Ashley Singer)
Kat St. John .... set costumer
Amy L. Teets .... costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Niklas Aldergren .... grading technical support: Technicolor Postworks NY (as Niklas Aldergreen)
Peter Doyle .... supervising digital colorist: Technicolor Postworks NY
Jessica Elvin .... optical compositor: Technicolor Postworks NY
Timothy Feeley .... post-production assistant
Grace Lan .... digital intermediate editor: Technicolor Postworks NY
Christi Leftwich .... dailies color assist: Technicolor Postworks NY
Chris Lundy .... digital media assist: Technicolor Postworks NY
David Massachi .... first assistant editor
Katie Mcquerrey .... additional editor (as Katharine McQuerrey)
Carlos Monfort .... digital media supervisor: Technicolor Postworks NY
Michelle Morris .... dailies project manager: Technicolor Postworks NY
Michelle Morris .... digital intermediate producer: Technicolor Postworks NY
Patrick Rossi .... dailies color assist: Technicolor Postworks NY
Corey Stewart .... chief engineer: Technicolor Postworks NY
Kevin Vale .... digital intermediate producer: Technicolor Postworks NY
Martin Zeichner .... dailies colorist: Technicolor Postworks NY
Victoria Anderson .... technical engineer (uncredited)
Music Department
T Bone Burnett .... executive music producer
Todd Kasow .... music editor
Jen Monnar .... music editor
Marcus Mumford .... associate music producer
Mike Piersante .... songs mixer
Mike Piersante .... songs recordist
Chris Robertson .... music clearances
Ivy Skoff .... music production coordinator
Transportation Department
Jon M. Johnson .... parking coordinator (as Jon Johnson)
Michael O'Brien .... transportation co-captain (as Michael J. O'Brien)
James P. Whalen .... transportation captain (as James Whalen)
Scott Roth .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Helen Joan Altman .... production accountant (as Joan Altman)
Randall Balsmeyer .... titles designer: Big Film Design
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances: Entertainment Clearances
Dawn Barkan .... animal wrangler
Alexander Barrow .... assistant production coordinator
Todd Baxley .... accounting clerk
Cameron C. Bell .... unit production assistant (as Cameron Bell)
Taryn Benesta .... assistant: Mr Robert Graf
Tyson Bidner .... location manager
Justin Bischoff .... set production assistant
Alex Borys .... assistant location manager
Victoria Carter .... location assistant
Wendy Cohen .... rights and clearances: Entertainment Clearances
Kat Donahue .... assistant location manager
Kathleen Fellegara .... set medic (as Kathy Fellegara)
Rich Fellegara .... set medic
Ed Gately .... set production assistant
Mike Grosky .... location scout (as Michael Grosky)
Mark Hagerman .... production coordinator
John D. Hay .... office production assistant (as John Hay Jr.)
Jessica Held .... assistant: Mr. Scott Rudin
Clark Henderson .... account executive: Technicolor Postworks NY
Niki Hossack .... set production assistant
Ryan Robert Howard .... set production assistant (as Ryan Howard)
Michelle Israel .... set production assistant
Samson Jacobson .... location assistant
Thomas Johnston .... script supervisor
Larry Kaplan .... unit publicist
Will Levine .... set production assistant
Kate Lillie .... location coordinator
Anna Marandi .... location assistant
Sean W. Matthews .... unit production assistant (as Sean Matthews)
Liz Modena .... post production accountant: Trevanna Post
Patricia Mary Murphy .... serious matters (as Patricia Mary Murphy Esq.)
Sean C. Nattini .... production secretary
Elizabeth Neveu .... set production assistant
Kelsey O'Leary .... set production assistant
Joanna Ogando .... payroll clerk
Spencer Reiss .... location assistant
Wilson Rivas .... craft service
Kerry Roberts .... payroll accountant
David C. Sales .... new guy (as David Sales)
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances: Entertainment Clearances
John Spady .... location scout
Susan Strine .... second assistant accountant
William Thompson .... office production assistant
Jonathan Urband .... location assistant
James P. Warren .... assistant animal wrangler (as Jim Warren)
Adam Wolenski .... first assistant accountant
Will Bigwood .... production assistant (uncredited)
Shiladitya Bora .... distribution (uncredited)
Greg Brittain .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Christopher Michael Clark .... photo double (uncredited)
Gemma Dadourian .... production assistant (uncredited)
Kurt W. Gensmer .... set medic (uncredited)
Laurel Hasbargen .... production coordinator: Minnesota (uncredited)
Tony Kost .... stand-in: john goodman (uncredited)
Ellery McKinney .... production assistant (uncredited)
Dan Sarrow .... assistant: Mr. Rudin (uncredited)
Joel Thingvall .... stand-in (uncredited)
Kate Wilson .... dialect coach (uncredited)
Michael Bloomberg .... special thanks (as Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg)
Jason Colton .... special thanks
Larry Jenkins .... special thanks
Katherine Oliver .... special thanks (as Commissioner Katherine L. Oliver)
Jeff Rosen .... special thanks
Adam Tudhope .... special thanks
Andrea Vuocolo .... special thanks
Elijah Wald .... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for language including some sexual references
104 min
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John Goodman and Garrett Hedlund's second appearance together; they played father and son gang members in the revenge thriller Death Sentence.See more »
Anachronisms: While Llewyn is making a payphone call on the elevated subway platform (Woodside/61st Street), a modern 7 train pulls into the station on the opposite track.See more »
Llewyn Davis:I'm tired. I thought I just needed a night's sleep but it's more than that.See more »
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90 out of 171 people found the following review useful.
Oscar Isaac is Incredible! Coens Best Since 'Fargo', 26 September 2013

I am completely smitten. I have long admired Joel Coen and Ethan Coen and what they have offered the realm of cinema. I am in love with "Fargo" still until this day, and they've provided solid efforts on nearly every outing since. Their newest endeavor that focuses on the folk scene in 1961 is an absolute dream. Everything from the impeccable Oscar Isaac to the music that enriches the deepest trenches of the soul, "Inside Llewyn Davis" is one of the best pictures of the year, plain and simple. It's the Coen Brothers finest film since "Fargo." Our story begins with a folk singer, Llewyn Davis that has continued to pursue a music career in 1961 despite being penniless and lacking any real stability. Migrating from couch to couch, we get a deep look into a character with a dream that just won't die. As he fights for his chance to share his voice with the world, following an unexpected loss of his singing partner, Llewyn is hard to love. He makes poor choices and seems to lack any responsibility in his life. It's a wonderful creation of a character that offers insight into a changing time in our history. First of all, I can't get the amazing music out of my head. All the songs used are absolutely brilliant. Oscar Isaac's richly matured tone is so soothing and authentic; I'm surprised a music company hasn't nabbed him up to make a record yet. His opening and closing songs are his, as well as the film's, pivotal moments that encapsulate the endearing message and theme. "Hang Me, Oh Hang Me" and "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)" are astonishing records that may not just fall into an Oscar race but a Grammy wouldn't shock me in the least. It has the same magical effect as "Searching for Sugar Man," two films that seemed to capture the innocence and culture of a generation that seems lost. In terms of performance, Isaac is incredible. So raw and genuine, it's one of the year's finest performances by any actor. He has made himself one of the most exciting actors to watch in the coming years. This will lead him into more challenging and accessible roles. This guy could become one of our finest actors in just five years' time. This is something that should land him an Oscar nomination for Best Actor. It's very much deserved. In their respective but short screen times, John Goodman, Garrett Hedlund, and Carey Mulligan are all infectious and notable. Goodman plays a character similar to his "Harling Mays" from Robert Zemeckis' "Flight" and makes the most out of his appearance. Mulligan is volatile and I loved every second of her. She brings lots of dark humor and fire to a role that shows the depth of her abilities as an actress who can perform impeccably in any genre. We even get her singing again which had me melt two years ago during her "New York, New York" in Steve McQueen's "Shame." Hedlund comes and goes but makes his mark as he often does. Justin Timberlake has made a seamless transition from musician to actor and back to musician. Great in roles like "The Social Network" where his star power doesn't distract from the story at hand, in a Coen Brothers film, where he sings (in a very current pop way), he becomes a bit distracting. I was very aware that Timberlake, probably this generation's Michael Jackson, was sharing the screen. More than likely not his fault, it could be a case of being "too big" for your movie. One thing that the film has taught me…we need to give Adam Driver more movie roles. Timberlake, Isaac, and Driver put their marks on one of the songs "Please Mr. Kennedy," and make it one of the year's most fun and remarkable numbers. Joel and Ethan Coen continue to show their ranges in directing and writing. Flawlessly executed in character understanding and keeping our story moving. Llewyn Davis is such a complex and interesting man and their screenplay gives Isaac room to breathe and explore the subtle nuances that make his character unique and real. As their alter ego Roderick Jaynes, the film moves like a smooth monorail, hitting all its marks and picking up new and exciting quirks along the way. An almost silver-green canvas evokes the dark and grey tones of the New York scene in 1961. Cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel masterfully captures the ticks and beats of Isaac as he sings with heartbreaking emotion and walks through the frigid cold streets. Jess Gonchor's production design places us all in the folk scene, with intimate bar settings, old-time music studios, and even the classic feel of a Greenwich Village apartment building. CBS Films has a gem on their hands with "Inside Llewyn Davis." A sure- fire Oscar contender in several categories including Best Picture. If there's any justice in the film world, Oscar Isaac would firmly sit near the top of the finest performances of 2013 in Best Actor and nab nearly every award he comes in contact with. "Inside Llewyn Davis" is sensational and an instant classic to be remembered.

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