Joel and Ethan Coen have been making films for over 25 years. From their debut “Blood Simple” in 1984 to the critically acclaimed “Barton Fink” and “Fargo”. To box office winners “Raising Arizona” and “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” to the cult classic “The Big Lebowski”. Their latest project “A Serious Man” is due out later this year. Despite their diverse films and audiences The Coens Brothers have managed to stay independent the entire time. They have Gained the respect of Hollywood and become filmmakers that everyone wants to work with.
Once while interviewing them, they were asked about choosing a specific movie which they could opt to live in. Then Joel wisely replied, we are happy with our present Crypto Code life. Moreover, the films we have made till now are bold in its own style. We do not want to interfere and let these live independently. Neither, none of our movies can be compared to our real life nor it has any such similar incidents that occurred in our lives.
Also, when both were inquired about the plots that suit their personality, they simply smiled and replied, we are aging that makes us to slowly fade away.
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