A Serious Man
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23 October 2009
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A Serious man marks the Coen Brothers’ return, after the so-so star spangled affair that was Burn After Reading, to a more Fargo-esque approach to film making, and one that gets back in touch with their own youth (which, it seems, must have been a rather Jewish, pot-fuelled period indeed). What’s more, it is possibly one of the pair’s more head scratching turn outs, not least due to the Yiddish terminology that is scattered throughout most of the dialogue.