Academy Award winning directors Joel and Ethan Coen return to their comedy roots with this original and darkly humorous story about one ordinary man's quest to become a serious man. Physics professor Larry Gopnik (Michael Stuhlbarg) can;t believe his life; His wife is leaving for his best friend, his unemployed brother won't move of the couch someone is threatening his career, his kids are a mystery and his neighbour is tormenting him by sunbathing nude. Struggling to make sense of it all, Larry consults three different rabbis and their answers lead him on a twisted journey of faith, family, delinquent behavior and mortality in the film critics rave is "seriously awesome" (Michael Hogan, Vanity Fair)
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What can I say? A Serious Man is really funny, despite sounding so serious, but it's a real laugh.
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I really wasn't sure about this when I saw it at the cinema, but on a second viewing I am really convinced that the Coens have never made a better film. It's not as easily coherent as Fargo, and not as thrilling as Millers Crossing, but it has an indescribable air of greatness about it. It feels like a classic poem rather than a film... Oh and it looks terrific in Blu-Ray, which I wasn't expecting either. A masterpiece if you ask me.
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