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More information on: No Country For Old Men (2007)

122 min.
Rated: 16 Movie-rating:: 7 of 10
Genres: Drama, Crime, Thriller,
Director: Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
Writer: Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
Cormac McCarthy
Music: Carter Burwell
Cast: Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Woody Harrelson, Kelly Macdonald, Garred Dillahunt, Tess Harper, Barry Corbin,
Keywords: money, drug, deal, murder, sheriff, blood,

Story:When hunter Llewelyn Moss discovers more than 2 Million dollars around the remains of a violently drug deal, he decides to keep the money instead of reporting it to the police authorities. This puts the bloodthirsty killer Anton Chigurh on his track.


Awards:Oscar for Best Achievement in Directing (2007) - Ethan and Joel Coen
Oscar for Best Motion Picture of the Year (2007)
Oscar for Best Performance by Actor in a supporting Role (2007) - Javier Bardem
Oscar for Best Writing, adapted Screenplay (2007) - Joel and Ethan Coen
4 additional Oscar nominations
Golden Globe for Best Screenplay (2008) - Ethan and Joel Coen
Golden Globe for Best Performance by Actor in supporting Role (2008) - Javier Bardem
Golden Globe nomination for Best Director (2008) - Ethan and Joel Coen
Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture (2008)
Production Companies:Paramount Vantage
Miramax Films
Scott Rudin Productions
Mike Zoss Productions
Budget:2.5 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:74.273505 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:1.226333 Mio. USD
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