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arashi wrote:Friends who saw the movie (No Countyâ€¦) were surprised when I described how the book affected me. Perhaps translating the story to film softens the impact some. I have no intention of seeing the movie.
Thu Jan 24, 2008 10:37 pm Post
AmberV wrote:Half of the theatre applauded when the screen went abruptly black, and the other half sat stunned. I think I was doing a bit of both.
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Fri Jan 25, 2008 2:01 am Post
Sean Coffee wrote:I obviously wasn't there to hear the guy chuckle, but you have to admit, the Coens have -- in almost 30 (!) years of making movies -- certainly played their share of violence for laughs. While I understand that NCFOM is a much more "serious" work than, say, Miller's Crossing or even Fargo, there is an air of show-offy cleverness to the movie's violence that those familiar with their work may find legitimately funny.
Sorry that it bothered you -- but hey, you can chalk it up to the great social experience of seeing a movie with a large audience. And at least the guy didn't take a call.
Fri Jan 25, 2008 2:07 am Post
matt wrote:This is one I am thinking about seeing this weekend.
One question though: is it graphically violent, or just emotionally?
I really can't watch films with lots of blood and gore and severed heads and torture actually shown (but I don't mind if it is just implied).
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