Inside Llewyn Davis (2014)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 45 mins

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A soulful and intricately woven drama that melodiously depicts the experiences during a week in the life of a young singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
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Did you know? The "Inside Llewyn Davis" album cover is based on the cover of the album "Inside Dave van Ronk". Read More
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as Jean
as Llewyn Davis
as Al Cody
as Marty Green
as Oasis Waitress
as Young Bob
as Dodi Gamble
as Mitch Gorfein
as Bud Grossman
as Union Hall Man 1
as Johnny Five
as Janet Fung
as Studio Man
as Cromartie
as Elevator Attendant
as Danny
as Youth in Car
as Additional Irish Singer
as Mel Novikoff
as Roland Turner
as Pappi Corsicato
Supporting Actor
as Nunzio
as Bouncer
as Lillian Gorfein
as Troy Nelson
as Mr Hobby
as Abortion Doctor
as Ginny


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Associate Production Company
Associate Producer
Production Supervisor
Unit Production Manager


Screenplay Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


Music Director


Foley Artist
Boom Operator


Art Director
Production Designer
Set Decorator


Casting Director

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer


First Assistant Editor

Makeup and Hair

Makeup Artist

Post Production

Post Production Supervisor

Special Effects

Special Effects Technician


Stunt Coordinator
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Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
1.85:1 (Flat)
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Factual Mistake
In any scene where Llewyn is using a capo on his guitar, the capo he is using is a Shubb capo. They are excellent and he probably would have used one, save for the fact they were not invented until 1980, around eighteen years after the film takes place.

Factual Mistake
In the scene where Llewyn is standing on the elevated train platform, a train comes in and it's one of the trains currently in use by the NYC subway system, not a train that was in use in 1961.

Near the beginning of the film, Llewyn goes into a subway station. The train that comes in is a different car model than the one he is sitting in in the next shot. Also, the exterior shot is of a train that did not yet exist in 1961. That model was introduced around 5-6 years later.
This film marks the second time Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan have played opposite each other. The first was in Drive where they played a husband and wife.

Loosely based on incidents in the life (and the 2005 memoir) of the late Dave Van Ronk and the Greenwich Village music scene in and around the real-life Gerde's Folk City club.

The Coen's usual choice for cinematographer, Roger Deakins, was unavailable as he was busy shooting Skyfall (2012).

The "Inside Llewyn Davis" album cover is based on the cover of the album "Inside Dave van Ronk".

Scott Avett of The Avett Brothers auditioned for the lead role of Llewyn Davis.