The Man Who Wasn't There
- Cert: 15PG
- Details: US / 116 mins / .
It's difficult to think of any other filmmakers who have consistently enthralled audiences like Ethan and Joel Cohen throughout their nine films to date. However, they take this excellence to new levels with the enthralling film noir tribute, The Man Who Wasn't There. Although it's very much a moral drama, the script doesn't shy away from the humourous asides, which have characterised the brothers' work. It's within this complex but richly rewarding script that the actors do some of their finest work to date, most notably Thornton who is staggering in his portrayal of the laconic hairdresser.
Review by Garreth Murphy | 09:00 | Monday 24th December 2001 | Movie Review
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