Inside Llewyn Davis: Explain the Cat
Inside Llewyn Davis, by the Coen Brothers, is a complicated film. In this video essay Filmbolism discusses one aspect that has especially puzzled viewers—the symbolism behind one of the film’s main characters, Ulysses, the orange tabby cat.
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