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Inside Llewyn Davis

Mythic tale of artistic rejection in the 1960s folk scene —Marty Mapes (review...)

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Back when Michael Crichton was dabbling in directing, he made this movie, based on one of his novels. Sean Connery and Donald Sutherland conspire to pull off a jewel heist from a moving train — the first job of its kind — in 1855. True to the great caper genre, much of the time is spent plotting and preparing for the crime, including a wonderfully tense scene where the thieves sneak into a guarded office to make a copy of a key.