No Country For Old Men

No Country For Old Men
No Country For Old Men

Year

2007

Duration

119 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

The winner of Best Picture and three other awards at the Academy Awards in 2008, this modern classic from filmmaking brothers Joel and Ethan Coen deserves every word of praise lavished upon it. Set on the border of Texas and Mexico, the story follows Llewellyn Moss, a rough and ready hunter who stumbles on the aftermath of a shoot-out - and finds $2 million. But of course, no sum of money that large goes missing for long without its real owner coming after it - and no sooner has Moss taken the cash than he finds himself pursued by a terrifying bounty hunter, with a grizzled cop after both of them. Often violent, this is nonetheless movie-making at its very best, with amazing performances from all three lead actors.

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15 Classification

Contains strong bloody violence.

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