About two weeks ago I stumbled upon this beautiful car in Greenwich Village, NYC. I turned out it stood there because they were using it while filming a movie: 'Inside Llewyn Davis' directed by The Coen Brothers.
The movie is set in the 1960's New York City folkscene and tells the story of a singer/songwriter.
It was interesting to walk around and see they had changed storefronts and subway signs to make it look like the 60's. There were also a whole bunch of old cars (like this Ford) lined up to drive around.
Below some photos of the filmset. Here in NY you are free to walk around and photograph as long as you are not in the direct area where they are filming.
|Cars waiting and a actor-cab driver who had a lot of fun with the tourists|
|Actor waiting for his cue, next to the "old" subway signs|