Barton Fink

Barton Fink

Director: Joel Coen Cast: John Turturro, John Goodman, Judy Davis

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Product Details

Release Date: 08/22/2017
UPC: 0738329207397
Original Release: 1991
Rating: R
Source: Kl Studio Classics
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:56:00
Sales rank: 25,744

Special Features

Interview with star John Turturro; Interview with actor Michael Lerner; Interview with Producer Ben Barenholtz; Interview with Composer Carter Burwell; Interview with Sound Editor Skip Lievsay; 8 Deleted Scenes; Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Turturro Barton Fink
John Goodman Charlie Meadows
Judy Davis Audrey Taylor
Michael Lerner Jack Lipnick
John Mahoney W.P. Mayhew
Tony Shalhoub Ben Geisler
Jon Polito Lou Breeze
Steve Buscemi Chet
David Warrilow Garland Stanford
Richard Portnow Detective Mastrionotti
Christopher Murney Detective Deutsch
Donna Isaacson Actor
John Lyons Actor
I.M. Hobson Derek
Lance Davis Richard St. Clair
Harry Bugin Pete
Anthony Gordon Maitre d'
Jack Denbo Stagehand
Max Grodenchik Clapper Boy
Robert Beecher Referee
Darwyn Swalve Wrestler
Gayle Vance Geisler's Secretary
Johnny Judkins Sailor
Jana Marie Hupp USO Girl
Isabelle Townsend Beauty
William Preston Robertson Voice Only
Meagen Fay Pippy Carnahan

Technical Credits
Joel Coen Director,Screenwriter
Ben Barenholtz Producer
Michael Berenbaum Editor
Jean A. Black Makeup
Carter Burwell Score Composer
Joe Camp Asst. Director
Ethan Coen Producer,Screenwriter
Roger Deakins Cinematographer
Bill Durkin Producer
Richard Fernandez Set Decoration/Design
Dennis Gassner Production Designer
Robert C. Goldstein Art Director
Nancy Haigh Set Decoration/Design
Richard Hornung Costumes/Costume Designer
Roderick Jaynes Editor
Alma Kuttruff Production Manager
Jacqui Landrum Choreography
Bill Landrum Choreography
Rick Lazzarini Makeup
Leslie McDonald Art Director
Jim Pedas Producer
Ted Pedas Producer
Graham Place Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Barton Fink
1. Chapter 1 [13:42]
2. Chapter 2 [15:19]
3. Chapter 3 [14:44]
4. Chapter 4 [12:07]
5. Chapter 5 [19:37]
6. Chapter 6 [15:10]
7. Chapter 7 [16:10]
8. Chapter 8 [9:47]
9. Chapter 9 [:00]
1. Chapter 1 [14:26]
1. Chapter 1 [15:50]
1. Chapter 1 [11:59]
1. Chapter 1 [19:59]

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Barton Fink 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this movie was...Okay... at first...But then I watched it again and again.....And I finally understand how truly genious this movie is. Yes, it IS strange, dark, bizarre, a little demented, and also somewhat funny... but it's done artistically and with care. I'm 13 and this is one of the best films I've seen. It's a dark, smart, and funny comedy. This has some of the greatest perfomances by some of my favorite actors such as John Goodman, John Turturro, and Tony Shalhoub. This is the best Coen brother film that I've seen, next to Fargo. Great movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite movies of all time. It is done with the Hitchcock style of filming, where what you don't see is what scares you the most. One of the best films I've seen in my 58 years of living. The ending will be in your thoughts for weeks. Very well done. I applaude this darkly stylish thrill-comedy. Clap. Clap.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of those rare truly brilliant movies whose greatness cannot be explained. It has twisted, oddball characters (ala raizing arizona,spinal tap,david lynch) who make you laugh while revealing the ugliness of being human - both inside and out. John Goodman's performance might be the best I have ever seen. It certainly couldn't be done any better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hated this film. After seeing it in the theatre, I felt that I had wasted my money and time. It was bizarre and depressing. Why would someone want to create this?