PG-13 | | Comedy, Mystery
This is the Coen brothers' first film in which the cast is billed alphabetically in the main credits.
These guys are pretty interesting, though. They've actually figured out the laws that dictate - everything! History! Sociology! Politics! Morality! Everything! It's all in a book called Capital - with a "K".
Eddie Mannix: Is that right?
Baird Whitlock: Yeah. You're not going to ...
In one scene one of the communist writers, the film-Charakter Dutch Zweistrong (Greg Baldwin), in the cast "coummunist writer # 5" lies asleep on a camp bed in the beach-side house. On his lap you see an item of the magazine "Soviet Life". This magazine was founded in 1956. But the events in the film play in the beginning of the fifties. The Magazin is now published under the title "Russian Life".
At the end of the closing credits there is a disclaimer that reads "This motion picture contains no visual depiction of the godhead."
$11,355,225 (USA) (7 February 2016)
$30,080,225 (USA) (26 April 2016)
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