Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Serious Man Gets Ahead

JoBlo have discovered that one scene of the Coens' A Serious Man will shoot this month, way way way ahead of principal photography. They give some details:

The Coens are assembling for only a few days to shoot a scene that takes place in early 20th century Poland and is entirely in Yiddish. Here's what we now about the scene: A man named Velvel is walking home and meets a stranger he soon recognizes to be a prominent rabbi. Velvel invites the man back to his home for dinner but when they arrive, his wife believes the Rabbi to be a Dybbuk ...

Then it gets grisly - more details at JoBlo.

They've got themselves a spy I want right there. Spy, if you're reading this, drop me a line.

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