The very first trailer for the Coen Brothers’ latest film Inside Llewyn Davis has arrived and it’s pretty much the best damn trailer I’ve seen ages. Set in 1960s Greenwich Village, the film follows folk singer Llewyn Davis as he struggles to bring America the music he’s hearing in his heart, but can’t seem to find a break anywhere. As The Playlist notes, Inside Llewyn Davis is “Loosely based on the life of Dave van Ronk, an influential folk musician who inspired people like Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and Joni Mitchell, Oscar Isaac really steps it up as a man seemingly trying to find a place in the world for himself and his talent. But it’s truly Carey Mulligan who surprises — we’ve simply never seen her in this kind of part, and she is almost reminiscent of a younger Frances McDormand in her delivery and presence. And she perfectly handles the Coens’ always great dialogue.” You can read The Playlist’s story in full by CLICKING HERE. SONY has yet to announce a release date, but one should be announced very soon.