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

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

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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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.