I'm tired. - Inside Llewyn Davis


Download videos:
hd720 medium

Llewyn says goodbye to Jean.



MindGame Studios
I always really liked this scene, specifically because it's such a departure from every other Llewyn/Jean scene in the movie, which makes it that much more revealing. Despite the animosity and the strain that clearly weighs on their relationship, here we actually get to glimpse the other side of that and see the tenderness and care they appear to have for one another (probably how they ended up having the affair in the first place). I think Jean does genuinely have love for Llewyn, and he for her, but the man is too much of an incorrigible fuckup for any kind of romance to work out, and they both know and are frustrated by that. However, what's also interesting to me is that this scene reveals Jean to not quite be the virtuous straight-walker she believes she is over Llewyn, being something of a repeat cheater on Jim (and rather casual about it, at that). Adds another really interesting dimension to her character and her relationship to Llewyn, and why they can't seem to let one another go.
José Sánchez Fournier
Possibly the most revealing and touching moment in this great film. Thanks for uploading it.
drinkingpoolwater
‘The times is gonna be there’ and that’s how Dylan starts.
Fatima Soriano
There were many, many scenes in the movie that broke me. Except for this one. This one? It downright shattered me. It made my heart go out to all of those people out there who are in plights just like Llewyn's. When the realest thing you have in you, practically the only thing you've got, is also the cause of your downfall. When your dreams, aspirations, and ambition are very much what prevents you from reaching them. When at the end of all the blunders, the blood, sweat, tears, mistakes, wrong choices, and sacrifices, you still end up with nothing but this sense of heartbreaking defeat and this soul-crushing tiredness deep in your bones, this silently resigned feeling that you've had just about enough. This movie really opens our eyes to this cold reality and hard-to-swallow lesson. It's the most depressing film in the best way, truly, that I hav ever watched.
Believe in Cinema
Thank you so much for uploading this
Bryan Blanco
Irene and standard