No Country For Old Men Analysis

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No Country for Old Men Douglas Faysal Mrs. Lee HHG4M Friday June 5th, 2015 Background/Overview The film no country for old men which came out in 2007 and was directed by Joel and Ethan Coen is based off a book written by Cormac McCarthy. The movie takes place in west Texas during the 1980s. The movie includes three men whose paths meet. We have Sherriff Ed Tom Bell a veteran from the Vietnam War; Llewelyn Moss and the mass assassin Anton Chigurh. It all starts when Llewelyn stumbles across a drug deal gone badly. He comes across a patch of land with a bunch of dead drug smugglers. While he is there he finds and takes 2 million dollars for himself and doesn’t report any of his findings to the police. After collecting the money he flees the scene.…show more content…
The psychopathic killer hunts Llewelyn anyone who gets in his way is dead. A psychopathic individual is one suffering from or constituting a chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behavior and of course with Anton’s favourite weapon of choice the captive bolt pistol as well as a silenced shotgun. He is truly crazy. As Llewelyn flees Anton, Ed is taking the lead on the murders and deaths from the drug deal as well as what Anton has left in his hunt. As he hunts the men, Llewelyn to save and Anton to capture, Ed is shocked by the senseless deaths and violence’s he finds. Moral Universe One of the major theme in this movie is making sense of the moral universe. Moral is defined as concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior and the goodness or badness of human character. We see throughout the movie the world becomes

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