No Country for Old MenDVD - 2008
From Library Staff
SnoIsleLib_MichelleC Jul 09, 2017
Grant's comments: The sense of foreboding is almost too much to take. Everyone in the cast is perfect in their role. Amazingly this isn't even close to the darkest of Cormac McCarthy's novels.
Michelle's comments: I met Cormac McCarthy once in real life when we were on the same ferry. He was s... Read More »
From the critics
Violence: Most of the violence stems from a sociopath, utterly without emotion or concern. Likely to give young teens nightmares.
QuotesAdd a Quote
Carson Wells: Do you have any idea how crazy you are?
Anton Chigurh: You mean the nature of this conversation?
Carson Wells: I mean the nature of *you*.
Man who hires Wells: Did I say you could sit?
Carson Wells: No, but you strike me as a man who wouldn't want to waste his chair.
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SummaryAdd a Summary
Chigurh is one strand in the twisted plot. Ed Tom Bell, the sheriff played by Jones, is another. The third major player is Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin), a poor man who lives with his wife in a house trailer, and one day, while hunting, comes across a drug deal gone wrong in the desert.