This image, available as a 10x10 inch print, features memorable lines of dialogue from the 1998 Coen Brothers film of mystery, intrigue and bowling, The Big Lebowski.
Besides being eminently quotable, The Big Lebowski has created a devoted group of fans, Achievers, who meet for annual Lebowski Fests to bowl, drink White Russians, and watch the film. This piece is a great conversation starter and a perfect addition to any film, entertainment, fantasy, or pop culture art collection.
1998's incomparable The Big Lebowski is written and directed by the Cohen brothers and stars Jeff Bridges as "the Dude, "a role that seems to define what Bridges himself would be up to if he hadn't been born into a Hollywood family.
The Cohen brothers manage to take what should by all means be a contrived and ridiculous story about incomprehensible and largely unlikable people and craft it into a modern-day classic. There isn't a hipster alive who doesn't wish he could be friends with someone as groovy the Dude, or even a blow-hard with a heart of gold like Walter.
Some fun facts about The Big Lebowski:
• Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, and Sam Elliott were all the actors that the Cohens had in mind when they wrote the screenplay.
• In the movie, the Dude never actually bowls.
• The plot starts when Jackie Treehorn's thugs bust into the Dude's apartment. One of them pees on his rug. the other is played by Mark Pellegrino, aka Jacob from Lost. The second time we see the thugs, each is wearing the clothing that the other was wearing in their first appearance.
• As ridiculous as he sounds to the Dude, Walter is the only person in the film who has everything figured out. In fact, everything Walter says about the kidnapping is dead-on: bunny was not really kidnapped, it was not her toe, and there never was any ransom money.
Image Size: 10x10"
Framed Size: 12x12"
Medium: Digital Art Print on Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital Paper
Image Created: 2009
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