O Brother, Where Art Thou?

O Brother, Where Art Thou?
O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Year

2000

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in the American Deep South during the depression of the 1930s, O Brother, Where Art Thou? is a classic tale of escaped convicts and comic mishaps. When Everett Ulysses McGill bids to recover some hidden cash from a former bank robbery, he fails to let the fact that he is in a prison chain gang and shackled to two jail-mates get in the way. A bunch of weird characters cross their path, but their fast-talking seems to keep them on their mission, in this off-beat and outrageous comedy.

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