No Country for Old Men Explained
by Logos Made Flesh
Like most Coen Brothers’ films, No Country for Old Men is a compelling story with a rather ambiguous end. In this video essay, Logos Made Flesh takes a closer look at the film, unpacking its characters and themes in order to get a handle on what it all means.
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