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Miller’s Crossing

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Park Side Credit Union

Brothers Joel and Ethan Coen constitute one of the most consistently engaging, delightful, and inventive filmmaking teams in American history. This July and August, the Roxy is proud to present 12 of their best movies in a weekly series--Easy Coen--culminating in a week-long run of The Big Lebowski starting on the first day of September. 

Raising Arizona - July 12
Miller's Crossing - July 19Barton Fink (presented in 35mm, 2 screenings) - July 26Fargo - August 2O Brother, Where Art Thou? - August 9Burn After Reading - August 16The Hudsucker Proxy - Movie Cult, August 19A Serious Man - August 23No Country for Old Men (Roxy Book Club, 2 screenings) - August 27Inside Llewyn Davis - August 30
The Big Lebowski - 25th Anniversary, Week-long Run Begins September 1



A Roaring Twenties gangster saga that only the Coen brothers could concoct, Miller’s Crossing marries the hard-boiled sensibility of classic noir fiction with the filmmakers’ trademark savory dialogue, colorful characters, and finely calibrated set pieces. Gabriel Byrne brings a wry gravitas to the role of Tom Reagan, the quick-thinking right-hand man to a powerful crime boss (Albert Finney). Tom’s unflappable cool is tested when he begins offering his services to a rival outfit—setting off a cascade of betrayals, reprisals, and increasingly berserk violence. The Hopperesque visuals of cinematographer Barry Sonnenfeld, majestically elegiac score by Carter Burwell, and vivid supporting performances from John Turturro and Marcia Gay Harden come together in a slice of pulp perfection that crackles with sardonic wit while plumbing existential questions about free will and our own terrifying capacity for evil.



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Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Albert Finney, Marcia Gay Harden, John Turturro
Director: Joel & Ethan Coen
Written by: Joel & Ethan Coen
Rated: R
Duration: 115 min
Released: 1990
Genre: Crime
Country: USA

Easy Coen

Miller’s Crossing

Miller’s Crossing