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Carey Mulligan

BFI LFF 2017: Mudbound (2017)

Based on the eponymous novel by Hillary Jordan, Mudbound focuses on two families - one black (the Jacksons), one white (the McAllans) - in rural Mississippi during pre and post-WWII. While both families experience hardships, things only…

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

If you've already heard a lot of the praise heaped upon this movie, the latest release from the Coen brothers, then you already know what to expect. Because every bit of praise is well deserved. Inside Llewyn Davis is a joy from start to…

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

The Coen brothers have done it again. That is they have created a movie masterpiece. Inside Llewn Davis follows the familiar Coen Brothers format of the story of the loser, who is a tragic, yet brilliant, character that the film is named…

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

As varied as their filmography is, it is easy to put the films of the Coen Brothers into two categories: the whimsical dramedy where its protagonist follows an unfortunate path of events that eventually divides the audience, or the gritty…

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

The Coen brothers do the Sixties Greenwich Village music scene, with surreal touches The Coens' Inside Llewyn Davis is a period musical film and hence invites comparison to the siblings' O Brother, Where Art Thou? Indeed again there's…

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

Inside Llewyn Davis, whilst proving almost impossible for me to pronounce, is one of the best scripted films of this year’s London Film Festival, and one of the best overall. Written and directed by the Coen brothers, it follows folk…