"O Brother Where Art Thou" provides some interesting allegories about people's various experiences during the Depression. Many of these stories deal with the desperate and/or strange moves people make to cope with the economic hard times.
Share one scene (or recurring relationship if that's easier) from the film that stood out to you as a poignant Depression coping mechanism. Describe a bit about it and why you chose it (was it the visual, musical, acting, etc.). In what ways do you think the film represents how the Depression shapes human nature? Is it accurate?