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Matthew Bettencourt 2 years ago
My appreciation for this skyrocketed after a second viewing. A Perfect Film.
Mikus Zeberiņš over 4 years ago
fuck dem other rabbis, marshak is da shiznich
Guy Meltzer 5 years ago
love the job-parallels
Fernando Olivas over 5 years ago
When the truth is found to be lies, and all the joy within you dies...
Damian Campo over 5 years ago
A passive guy in troubles. In general it's an original movie although it's very quiet.
Ieuan Francis almost 7 years ago
Littered with subtext, philosophy and satire, this film demands more than one viewing.
al con over 7 years ago
saw it in theatres... 4 years ago. I still regret watching all of it.
Ryan Jewell over 7 years ago
The foreboding atmosphere in the film adds a depth that not many dark comedies can match
emilio murillo over 7 years ago
The Coens' cultural celebration throughout the whole film is appallingly dull and tiresome
Edwooger Fischer Heitmann 8 years ago
Watched this thinking something would happen, which never did and a poor ending ensued...
Dylan Clites 8 years ago
I was very much turned off by the whole ordeal. I don't think I even laughed once.
Scott McCullough over 8 years ago
This is something unique and original!
Frank Carrejo over 8 years ago
Not the Coen Bro best work, but still enjoyable.
Francisco Brenes over 8 years ago
Please don't watch it. It's not funny, not even in a dark humor way. Avoid it at all costs
Daniel McCoy over 2 years ago
Eilidh Beaton over 2 years ago
Amr Adel over 2 years ago
Fabio Fsr over 2 years ago
Sam Bowman almost 3 years ago
A Serious Man is a 2009 dark comedy written, produced, and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. The film stars Michael Stuhlbarg as a Minnesota Jewish man whose life crumbles both professionally and personally, leading to questions about his faith. The film has attracted a positive critical response, including a Golden Globe nomination for Stuhlbarg, a place on both the American Film Institute's and National Board of Review's Top 10 Film Lists of 2009, and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Picture. In a Polish shtetl in the early 20th century, a Jewish man, Velvel (Allen Lewis Rickman), tells his wife Dora (Yelena Shmuelenson) that he had been helped on his way home by Traitle Groshkover, whom he has invited in for soup. Dora objects, saying Groshkover is dead, and that this visitor must be a dybbuk. When he arrives, Groshkover (Fyvush Finkel) laughs off the accusation, but Dora plunges an icepick into his chest. Bleeding, he exits into the snowy night. In Minnesota in 1967,...
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