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Heywood Jiblowmy almost 7 years ago
meh, cool story but anti climactic.
Greg Scorzo almost 7 years ago
The greatest 40's film noire movie never made in the 40's. Stunning and rich cinema.
Aeron Allen over 7 years ago
An unusual neo noir-drama from the coen brothers.Sublime performances and cinematography.
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Mona almost 2 years ago
Davide MrBlonde over 2 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Wojtek Grabski over 3 years ago
Kieran Lyne almost 4 years ago
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Bgbg over 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff almost 6 years ago
Jim Barton almost 6 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt almost 6 years ago
The Man Who Wasn't There is a 2001 neo-noir film written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. Billy Bob Thornton stars in the title role. Also featured are James Gandolfini, Tony Shalhoub, Scarlett Johansson, Adam Alexi-Malle and Coen regulars Frances McDormand, Michael Badalucco, and Jon Polito. Set in and around Santa Rosa, California in 1949, the film follows Ed Crane (Billy Bob Thornton), a suburban barber, married to Doris (Frances McDormand), a bookkeeper with a drinking problem. Doris' boss at Nirdlinger's, the local department store, is "Big Dave" Brewster (James Gandolfini), a loud, boisterous man, who constantly brags about his combat adventures in the Pacific Theatre during World War II where he claims to have served as a crack infantry trooper. Ed, by contrast, was rejected from the army due to flat feet and shows little emotion. Ed suspects that Doris and Big Dave are having an affair. The barber shop where Ed works is owned by his brother-in-law Frank, a good-natured man...
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