Posts Tagged ‘Coen Brothers’

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A definite cult classic, Raising Arizona (1987) is Nick Cage’s finest hour and one of my favorite movies.  I was glad to read the script.  Maybe I felt guilty over dissing True Grit the other day

This film is stuffed with dramatic material in every scene.  The central argument concerns recidivism, the propensity for criminals to go on returning to the lives they are more comfortable with.  The issues concern crime and punishment, the slippery slopes of committing ever more serious offenses, and the moral and ethical choices we make and which define us.

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A little bird told me that they were sending out the Black Swan script (review) over at the Raindance Film Festival. I subsequently learned that they also have a Coen Brothers collection.

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