Inside Llewyn Davis
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Jean: You don't want to go anywhere, and that's why the same shit's going to keep happening to you, because you want it to.
Llewyn Davis: Is that why?
Jean: Yes, and also because you're an asshole.

Roland Turner: A solo act?
Llewyn Davis: No, I had a partner... he threw himself off the George Washington Bridge.
Roland Turner: George Washington Bridge? You throw yourself off the Brooklyn Bridge, traditionally. George Washington Bridge? Who does that?

Llewyn Davis: Holy shit! Oh, oh this is good, you got a new cat?

Llewyn Davis: What is that? What are you doing?
Lillian Gorfein: It's Mike's part.
Llewyn Davis: Don't do that.
Lillian Gorfein: It's Mike's part.
Llewyn Davis: I know that it is. Don't do that. Oh well. You know what, this is bullshit. I'm sorry... I don't do this, okay? I do this for a living. It's not a, not a fucking parlor game.

Lillian Gorfein: Where's his scrotum?

Roland Turner: What's the "N" stand for? Lou N. Davis?
Llewyn Davis: Llewyn. Llewyn, L-L-E-W-Y-N. It's Welsh.
Roland Turner: Well, it would have to be something, stupid fucking name like that. You don't look Welsh.

Llewyn Davis: In my experience, the world's divided into two kinds of people. Those who divide the world into two kinds of people.
Jean: And losers?

Jean: Everything you touch turns to shit, you're like king Midas' idiot brother.

Llewyn Davis: I lost their fucking cat, I feel bad about it.
Jean: That's what you feel bad about?

Roland Turner: Folk singer with a cat. You queer?

Llewyn Davis: If it was never new, and it never gets old, then it's a folk song.

Bud Grossman: I don't see a lot of money here.

Llewyn Davis: I'm tired. I thought I just needed a night's sleep but it's more than that.

Factual error: In any scene where Llewyn is using a capo on his guitar, the capo he is using is a Shubb capo. They are excellent and he probably would have used one, save for the fact they were not invented until 1980, around eighteen years after the film takes place. It might be a Hamilton spring, but even they weren't around until later in the 60s.

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Trivia: Near the start, Llewyn looks at the back of his album made with Mike Timlin. The biographical information below Mike, however, talks about Dave Van Ronk, the folk singer about whom the movie is loosely based. (00:06:48)

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