NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN is a mesmerizing new thriller from Academy Award®-winning filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, based on the acclaimed novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning American master, Cormac McCarthy. The time is our own, when rustlers have given way to drug-runners and small towns have become free-fire zones. Featuring a cast that includes Academy Award®-winner Tommy Lee Jones (THE FUGITIVE, MEN IN BLACK), Josh Brolin (GRINDHOUSE), Academy Award®-nominee Javier Bardem (THE SEA INSIDE), Academy Award®-nominee Woody Harrelson (THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT) and Kelly Macdonald (TRAINSPOTTING), NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN is written for the screen and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, produced by Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, and executive produced by Robert Graf and Mark Roybal.
A movie can be based on various plots -Horror, comedy, romance etc. Sometimes these are imaginary stories. Sometimes these are based on true incidents. Do not restrict yourself to only watching a particular type of movies. You will lose the pleasure of watching the other types. Movies based on wars and horrors strengthen our mind. These prepare us to face adversities in life. By watching these movies, you will start finding positivity in real life troubles.
Also, people love watching only the latest movies. It is not desirable to totally ignore yester-year movies. It would be very interesting to watch how people managed to live in years when there was no internet, mobile phones, video games etc. You would be surprised how simple and primitive life was even ten years before. You can get lots of inspiration from them. You can feel how people were thinking fifteen years before. Why not try these out. It will open your mindset. While choosing a movie ignore the year it is made. Let it be a short film or a full movie.
Back to ‘No Country for Old Men’.
The story begins when Llewelyn Moss (BROLIN) finds a pickup truck surrounded by a sentry of dead men. A load of heroin and two million dollars in cash are still in the back. When Moss takes the money, he sets off a chain reaction of catastrophic violence that not even the law – in the person of aging, disillusioned Sheriff Bell (JONES) – can contain. As Moss tries to evade his pursuers – in particular a mysterious mastermind who flips coins for human lives (BARDEM) – the film simultaneously strips down the American crime drama and broadens its concerns to encompass themes as ancient as the Bible, and as bloodily contemporary as this morning’s headlines.