Coen Brothers Return to Cannes with No Country for Old Men
The brotherly duo that brought us the likes of Fargo and O Brother Where Art Thou?, Joel and Ethan Coen, have their next film already set to debut at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Titled No Country for Old Men, the film is about dead bodies, heroin (the kids call it horse or smack) and a ton of money. Or also as described by IMDb: violence and mayhem ensue after a hunter stumbles upon some dead bodies, a stash of heroin and more than $2 million in cash near the Rio Grande.
Over at The Big Picture, Colin made an effort to point out that this is a hopefully a return to from with The Coen Brothers, who've been rather quiet since 2004's The Ladykillers. I'm not the biggest fan or follower of the Coen's, but as always I'm looking forward to their next film and hope it is a return form. I wish I could make it to Cannes this year, but we're not yet going out of country for film fests.
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