The 3rd floor gallery of the California Museum of Photography is closed for the installation of Color Shift from August 12th through August 30th, reopening on August 31st.

Inside Llewyn Davis


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2014 | USA



Screening

Friday, June 6, 2014, 7pm - 4pm

Matinee

Saturday, June 7, 2014, 3pm - 4pm

Screening

Saturday, June 7, 2014, 7pm - 4pm



Inside Llewyn Davis is a Coen brothers charmer about... almost absolutely nothing you could pin down. That is its charm; that and a sense of place and time that lends a poetic glow to wryly fugitive plotting. This delectable days-in-the-life tale of a struggling Welsh-born New York folk singer is their best film since No Country for Old Men. It is also, I suspect, a homage to two of the filmmakers’ obsessive ur-texts, The Odyssey, which inspired O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and Joyce’s Ulysses. Llewyn’s only companion is a ginger cat called, yes, Ulysses. And from Joyce we get the benighted glamour of the big city. There’s a lot worth stealing. That includes Justin Timberlake; a mastery of errant subplots; and a Celtic air of dark whimsy.” Nigel Andrews, Financial Times.


Golden Globes Nominated Best Motion Picture, 2014