Saturday, September 26, 2009

A Serious Man : Characters and Casts

Hello again guys!Mr Canovie here and this is the second review of the movie "A Serious Man". For those of you who missed the first part of the review, which is the synopsis and the trailer, you can see it here.

Alright,time to introduce, criticise and deduce the casts of the movie "A Serious Man".

So first of all,let's start off with Michael Stuhlbarg, who will be taking the role of Larry Gopnik, a Jewish academic living in a middle-class Jewish neighborhood in a Minneapolis suburb in the movie "A Serious Man".

Stuhlbarg is originally from Long Beach, California. He studied at the Juilliard School and also studied drama at the National Theater of the Youth of Great Britain, London University and UCLA.

After college, he became a famous stage actor who appeared in the production of several shows, including winning a prize in Old Wicked Songs in 1996, Long Day's Journey Into Night in 1997, and the Drama Desk Award for the actor featured exceptional play for Pillowman by 2005.

He appeared on numerous television shows including Law and Order, Ugly Betty and the American Experience.

His filmography is limited to a number of small roles, including a lawyer in Ridley Scott's Body of Lies and Hedge Fund Consultant cold souls Sophie Barthes. However, his first major role was as a university professor Larry Gopnik problems in 2009 black comedy by the Coen brothers a man seriously.

Okay,then next we have Richard Kind, another famous American actor. He is Arthur Gopnik in the movie "A Serious Man".

Richard Kind has a recurring role on Scrubs as Mr. Harvey Corman, annoying hypochondriac, who claimed that actoreal name is not "doing as much action as you might think" on the sitcom.

He also played an important role in the United States as a crime comedy Psych Hugo, an astronomer who kill a partner to the credit of the discovery of planets ( "From the Earth to Starbucks"), then Law & Order: Criminal Intent as a wealthy patron who has killed the brother-sister and nephew to protect the money he used to finance philanthropic activities ( "Privilege").

Actor / director George Clooney is a close friend and best man at wedding of Richard Kind in 1999. Then Richard Kind continued to play the role of a director in the director's debut Confessions Clooney a dangerous man. Richard Kind also played himself in the HBO series Unscripted short Clooney executive produced and directed by Grant Heslov.

Richard Kind have been conducted on radio and audio playback and LA Theater Works Theater in Hollywood in the ears, and served as a panelist on the upswing in 2000 the game show To Tell the Truth.

Richard Kind play a small role in the Disney Channel show Even Stevens, where he played Uncle Chuck sour. He also appeared in an episode of CBS Two and A Half Men of November 12, 2007 and played Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum Sondheim Center for Performing Arts in Fairfield, Iowa.

He also played in the indie black comedy, The replacement in 2008
In August 2008, said this type will play an important supporting role in the upcoming comedy the Coen brothers dark, the movie "A Serious Man".

Interesting facts about Kind,huh?Well, there's lots more to come! Our next one is George Wyner, who would be Rabbi Nachter in the movie "A Serious Man".

George Wyner (born October 25, 1945) is an actor in film and television. He is best known for his role as ADA Bernstein in a series of Hill Street Blues.

Wyner graduated from Syracuse University in 1968 as a drama major, and is an actor of such demand in the early 1970s. So far, Wyner has appeared in more than 100 television series and co-starred in nine. It is also known for his memorable turn in the cult classics such as Spaceballs, American Pie 2 and Fletch.

Cool facts huh?Looks like we are gonna have lotsa veterans in the movie "A Serious Man". And I'm expecting some very experienced acting. But that's all about the actors now.

Okay, this has never been done before in the my history,I'm gonna be reviewing the directors of the show!

Aight', for the movie "A Serious Man", is it directed by the Coen brothers, which consists of Joel Coen and Ethan Coen.

Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, known professionals like the Coen brothers, is the American filmmaker.

For over twenty years, couples who wrote and directed several successful films, ranging from the crazy comedy (O Brother, Where Art Thou, Raising Arizona, The Hudsucker Proxy) to the thriller Hard (Miller's Crossing, Blood Simple, The man who wasn 't there, No Country for Old Men), to genre films which blur together (Fargo, The Big Lebowski Big Bowling, Barton Fink and Burn After Reading).

The brothers write, direct and produce their films jointly, although until now, Joel received sole credit for directing and Ethan for producing. They scenarios often alternate top billing, while they share the film credits for editor under the pseudonym Roderick Jaynes.

They are known in the film business as a "two-headed director", when they share the same vision of their films. The actors can approach either brother with a question and get the same answer.

Amazing,huh?who would've thought there will be two directors in the movie "A Serious Man"?!

Well, since most of the casts are experienced ones, I'd hope that the movie "A Serious Man" would turn out to be good and hilarious.

Oh,and don't forget, the movie "A Serious Man" is going to be on screen on 2nd October 2009.

Don't miss it!


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