This is a marvellous film - a Coen Brothers classic with a touch of Groundhog Day. Not being myself that keen on folk, I almost didn't go, but there is some fine singing. Even more importantly there is some gloriously bad singing.
The central character takes me back to my misspent youth. He is a real 60s guy - completely impossible and more or less amoral (except possibly when it comes to cats) - but by no means unlovable. Lots of people love him - how else does he have a place to sleep every night?
On top of all this there is a marvellous cast of crazy New Yorkers, and some splendid gas-guzzling cars. Coming away at the end we felt we had been in another world for a very long time - but the time had gone by extremely quickly. Do see it if you can.