Comedies, Black Comedy, Family Interaction, Live-Action, Theatrical Release, Brothers, Parents, 1960s, Jewish, Couples
Serious Man DVD Description
The Coen Brothers (NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN) get back to their Minnesota roots with this film that blithely walks the line between comedy and drama. Set in 1967, A SERIOUS MAN centers on Larry Gopnik (Michael Stuhlbarg), a university professor whose life is falling apart around him.
Region 1 Note: Becoming serious - explore the creative vision behind A Serious Man and see why it's the Coen brothers' most personal film Creating 1967 - take a tour of the Minneapolis neighborhoods and set pieces used in the film Hebrew and Yiddish for goys - Unravel the mysteries of the Hebrew and Yiddish langauges