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Neil LABUTE

Country : United states

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Roy ANDERSSON

Country : Sweden, France

O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?
In Competition – Feature Films

O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?

Directed by : Joel COEN

Country : UNITED STATES Length : 102 minutes

Synopsis

In the Depression-era deep South, three escapees from a Mississippi prison chain gang; Everett Ulysses McGill, sweet and simple Delmar, and the perpetually angry Pete, embark on the adventure of a lifetime as they set out to pursue their freedom and return to their homes. With nothing to lose and still in shackles, they make a hasty run for their lives and end up on an incredible journey filled with challenging experiences and colourful characters. However, they must also match wits with the cunning and mysterious lawman Colley, who tracks the men, bent on bringing the trio back to the prison farm. An exciting and entertaining blend of high adventure, humour and heartfelt emotion, "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" is a unique modern-day spin on Homer's classic tale of "The Odyssey".

Credits

Joel COEN - Script / Dialogue

Joel COEN - Director

Ethan COEN - Script / Dialogue

Roger DEAKINS - Cinematography

T Bone BURNETT - Music

Roderick JAYNES - Film Editor

Tricia COOKE - Film Editor

Dennis GASSNER - Set decorator

Casting

John GOODMAN - Big Dan Teague

Michael BADALUCCO - "George ""Babyface"" Nelson"

Charles DURNING - Pappy O' Daniel

John TURTURRO - Pete

Holly HUNTER - Penny Wharvey

George CLOONEY - Everett Ulysses McGill

Chris THOMAS KING - Tommy Johnson

Tim BLAKE NELSON - Delmar

Film poster © DR

In Competition – Feature Films Released on Joel COEN

O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?

In the Depression-era deep South, three escapees from a Mississippi prison chain gang; Everett Ulysses McGill, sweet and simple Delmar, and the perpet...
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