No Country For Old Men - Morality In An Inhumane World
by Jack's Movie Reviews
No Country for Old Man contrasts quick death with a kind of slow deterioration, all the while asking—What is the value of human life? In this video essay, Jack analyzes the themes of morality and fate in the film, and how they intersect with the inhumane world established by Cormac McCarthy and adapted for the screen by the Coen Brothers.
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