The Big Lebowski & Albert Camus

The Coen Brothers’ The Big Lebowski is often cited as one of the funniest movies out there, but its thematic and symbolic richness also deserves mention. In this video essay, Jack looks at how The Big Lebowski embodies the absurd, specifically how the Coen Brothers’ incorporated the absurdist philosophy of Albert Camus in the film.


Philip Seymour Hoffman


Philosophy


Crime Comedy


Crime Comedy


Joel & Ethan Coen


The Big Lebowski