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  • After almost ten years of films that didn't speak to me the Coen brothers finally created something interesting again
  • In my opinion the Coen brothers' best film since Miller's Crossing

    • by limonar
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      After almost ten years of films that didn’t speak to me the Coen brothers finally created something interesting again. The Man Who Wasn’t There is something of a homage to the

      old great noir films like The Big Sleep and The Maltese Falcon. In the center stands Billy Bob Thornton as a constantly smoking barber who one day decides to blackmail his ...

      • wife’s lover, but it doesn’t really go as planned. The visual beauty os this film is as remarkable as the old great films of the Coen brothers and the black and
        white cinematography suits this story perfectly. Very unpredictable story with many twists in it, and also a very convincing portrait of the main character. In my opinion the Coen brothers’ best film since Miller’s Crossing.



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