The Coen brothers are back with a movie said to be their most personal to date. Called 'A Serious Man' this one takes us back to what was their childhood stomping ground in 1960's Minnesota. A dark comedy, it stars Michael Stuhlbarg as Larry Gopnik - a physics professor and family man, visited by one set of troubles after another. A sort of modern day Job, he can't quite figure out - even with the help of three rabbis - why he should be on the receiving end of quite so much misfortune - not only is his job at risk but his wife, who has fallen for another man, is demanding a divorce. 'A Serious Man' is showing at cinemas nationwide.