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Still No Country for Old Men

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We’ve got a trailer and website for the new Coen Bros. film at last. Don’t panic, I won’t bore you to death over this one. Good news is it looks like a very faithful adaptation.

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No Country for Old Men

 


 

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  1. #1 posted by Martin Jones

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    Jesus! This looks amazing… the novel translated page-for-page by loving hands. Suddenly, after many years, my faith in those Coen boys is restored…

  2. #2 posted by Eroom Nala

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    Go on bore us to death with information about it.

    ;-)

    I haven’t read the original so can’t really comment.
    Still have to read Perfume after having seen the film.
    Almost bought ‘M’ about Caravaggio the other day
    http://www.duffyandsnellgrove.com.au/extracts/m_interview.htm

    but I still haven’t seen the Derek Jarman film on Caravaggio yet

    http://www.mondo-digital.com/tempest.html

  3. #3 posted by John

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    Caravaggio is okay, best on the painting side of things. Painting in films often looks ridiculous but he makes it look real. I prefer his other films though, especially The Tempest.

 




 

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