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Cinema review: Menacing genius from Coen brothers

{ "#" : "After a run of flat and indifferent films, Joel and Ethan Coen return to their best with this astounding adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s a bleak examination of western archetypes caught in the winding gears of vintage film noir." , "b" : "No

19th January, 2008

{ "#" : "After a run of flat and indifferent films, Joel and Ethan Coen return to their best with this astounding adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s a bleak examination of western archetypes caught in the winding gears of vintage film noir." , "b" : "No Country For Old Men,"}

Their film - gripping from the opening frame - is a brilliantly-executed treatise on the corrupting power of greed, scripted like poetry, told with trademark queasy wit and boasting...

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