One of the most chilling facets of the character of Anton Chigurh, antagonist of the Coen Brothers' No Country for Old Men as portrayed by. To him, the coin represents the randomness and risk of every single moment of human life. When the gas station clerk asks him what he's risking in calling the coin. No Country for Old Men is a American neo-Western crime thriller film written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, based on Cormac McCarthy's
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One of the themes developed in the story is the shifting identity of hunter and hunted. When the gas station clerk asks him what he's risking in calling the coin toss, Chigurh answers, "You've been putting it up your entire life. By the time he keeps his promise of visiting Carla Jean, the resolution and the violence appear incomplete. How could that be? They may come in and say one word or two words, so that was nice to be around in order to feed the other thing. In the film she's been through so much and she can't lose any more. Both movies feature as a central character a cold-blooded killer who does not seem quite human and whom no country for old men coin police officer seeks to apprehend. But Chigurh decides to play with the man — and the Coen Brothers decide to play with the audience. She reacts more in the way I react. You don't want to overcompensate because the fear is that you're going to be boring if nothing's going on. Josh Brolin was not the Coens' first choice, and enlisted the help of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez to make an audition reel. They have become orderly, disciplined masters of chaos, but one still has the feeling that, out there on the road from nowhere to nowhere, they are rooting for it rather than against it.
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