How the Coen brothers used new-school effects

February 16, 2016, 10:12 AM

Joel and Ethan Coen have never bothered pinning themselves to a single genre, nor have they been afraid of wearing their love for Hollywood itself on their collective sleeve — but their latest film Hail, Caesar! takes things to an entirely different level. A film about Old Hollywood, set inside the fictional Capitol Pictures in the 1950s, it doesn’t just take pains to create the look and feel of happy-go-lucky musicals, aw-shucks westerns, and Roman epics; Hail, Caesar! begins adopting those...

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