The Road


Viggo Mortensen in <em>The Road</em>

No Country for Old Men


No Country For Old Men is, probably,

the single most critically lauded film of the Coen Brothers’ career.

It’s also a departure, especially in that it largely subjugates their

own exhibitionist hallmarks of style and characterization to those

established in the source material–in this case an expertly grim

genre potboiler by Cormac McCarthy.

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