Inside Llewyn Davis – Time Out Card free screening (15)

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We proudly invite Time Out cardholders in London to early screenings of ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’, the new film from Joel and Ethan Coen, the Oscar-winning directing team behind ‘Fargo’ and ‘The Big Lebowski’.  Newcomer Oscar Isaac is Llewyn Davis, a young singer navigating the Greenwich Village folk scene in the early ’60s. It’s a melancholic, sometimes cruel, often hilarious snapshot of the music scene, featuring a brilliant performance by Isaac, with Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake and John Goodman providing A-list support. The Coen brothers collaborate for the fourth time with musician and producer T Bone Burnett on an authentically folky soundtrack of traditional ballads performed by Marcus Mumford , Bob Dylan and Justin Timberlake.

 

Read the five-star Time Out review.

Two exclusive previews for Time Out Card holders take place on Mon Jan 20, four days before the film’s general release. A further screening takes place on Fri Jan 24. To find out more about the Time Out Card, including details on how to order you own, click here.

Please note: Cardholders are eligible for two free tickets per card on a first come first served basis. To book, call 0808 100 2222 and quote the last 6 digits of your Time Out Card (if you have a trial card, simply quote the PIN in your confirmation email).

Please see below for a list of participating cinemas. Card holders are welcome to request a cinema of their choice, but may have to attend another (again on a first come first served basis). Guests are advised to arrive 30 minutes early. Valid Time Out Cards and printed e-tickets must be presented to security at the door.

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Zohra Jawed

I enjoyed it, I'd recommend it, great music too. Coen brothers still got it. I miss John Goodman and wonder why I don't see him more in movies, its not as if he was being cast for his good looks earlier.