Will the Coen brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis" be a big awards player at the end of the year? CBS Films is sure positioning it for that but forget all of that, forget the Grand Prix win at Cannes, etc. I just really, really want to see this movie. A Coen film just feels like an oasis in every dreary film year, so while "The Lone Ranger" may be stinking up the multiplexes next weekend, remember, we have stuff like this coming around the corner.

A new trailer for the film has dropped with a gorgeous cover of "Dink's Song" (one of the songs from the upcoming insta-purchase soundtrack) playing throughout, and boy is it splendid. I really love the hues and the richness of color, ever since the first trailer however many months back. It looks like the filmmaker siblings didn't miss a beat moving from Roger Deakins to Bruno Delbonnel behind the camera. For more on the movie, check out Guy Lodge's B+ review out of Cannes.

Check out all the 1960s beauty in the trailer below. "Inside Llewyn Davis" hits theaters December 6.