No Country for Old Men

by Daniel Ferm

31 August 2007

 

Joel and Ethan Coen continue to be two of the most innovative directors today. Making their debut with Blood Simple, the Coen brothers showcased their ability to make neo-noirs. Since then, the Coens directed and produced classics such as Miller’s Crossing, The Big Lebowski, and Fargo. Their latest film, No Country for Old Men, will be released early November.

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