#126 - No Country for Old Men (1)
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The work of The Coen Brothers is the stuff of legend. Their filmography of writing and directing is filled with extraordinary movies that deliver theme and character in breathtaking, thought-provoking fashion. They are not known for their diversity, however – either in plot, ethnicity, or gender balance – and 2007’s No Country For Old Men is no exception. While it is an adaptation of the Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name, it is just another tale of white masculinity, good versus evil, and a mysterious harbinger of doom and violence. In other words, at its core, it’s a variation of Fargo, Raising Arizona, Barton Fink, and O Brothe... Please subscribe to keep reading.
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