From Academy Award winning directors Ethan and Joel Coen (Fargo, The Big Lebowski) comes this Oscar winning thriller based on the critically acclaimed novel from Cormac McCarthy. No Country for Old Men tells the story of Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin), a hunter who stumbles upon the crime scene of a drug deal gone wrong. He decides to flee the scene with a suitcase full of money, which was inadvertently left behind, putting his life in jeopardy. Llewelyn now finds himself in a cat and mouse chase with Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem – In an Oscar winning role), a violence-driven criminal who intends to stop at nothing in order to get back the money. -M.F.
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What is interesting for me is the way No Country For Old Men mirrors many other films in many ways, yet deconstructs them. The film parallels the storyline of a number of other films, yet distinguishes itself by following the likely actual story arc with much more 'natural' consequences rather than the fictional arc one is programmed to expect. Thus cold water is thrown onto the viewer's face at several points when the expected does not occur, but one can only conclude that it is what should have happened. It's not my favourite Coen film by a long way (there's a lot of competition), but it's a good film and well worth watching.
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