At the end of the movie, everyone in the theater stayed to watch the credits. They even clapped when certain names popped up. David pointed out that this being the first showing of the film in Hollywood, there's a good chance that a lot of those people in the credits were there watching with us. I think that's kind of cool. It makes me feel more connected to the experience.
David says the only people who see movies in Hollywood are tourists and industry folk. I think we were just about the only tourists there.
Anyway, when The Man Who Wasn't There comes to your town, you have to see it. Especially if you like the Coen Brothers.