>The Big Lebowsky

— David D'Arcy reports on "The Big Lebowsky," the latest film by Ethan and Joel Coen. It's their first film since "Fargo" which brought them commercial success and a best actress academy award for Frances McDormand. Set in balmy Los Angeles, the film stars Jeff Bridges as a pot smoking, surf-talking unemployed hippie who gets caught up in a mystery after a case of mistaken identity.



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