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O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)

Episode #133

Buena Vista Pictures released O Brother, Where Art Thou? to theaters on October 19, 2000. Joel Coen and Ethan Coen directed the film starring George Clooney, John Turturro, and Tim Blake Nelson.

‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Movie Summary

Fed up with crushing rocks on a prison farm in Mississippi, the dapper, silver-tongued Ulysses Everett McGill busts loose… except he’s still shackled to two misfits from his chain gang: bad-tempered Pete, and sweet, dimwitted Delmar. With nothing to lose and buried loot to regain, the three embark on a riotous odyssey filled with chases, close calls, near misses and betrayal.

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Buena Vista Pictures released O Brother, Where Art Thou? on October 19, 2000. Joel Coen and Ethan Coen directed the film starring George Clooney, John Turturro, and Tim Blake Nelson.

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  1. John Turturro got permission from the Coens to use his character from
    Lebowski in a film he directed called Going Places. It doesn’t have a release date yet. Intreresting that Fargo is on noirsville, I think that Blood Simple is more of a noir. Also you forgot that you reviewed Hail Caesar. Not really a fan of O Brother. I love the film where they got the title from – Sullivan’s Travels

    1. Well, there’s plenty of room to review Blood Simple on Noirsville too! I think I will add it to the list.

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