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No Country for Old Men, Movie, 2007 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Non, ce pays n'est pas pour le vieil homme (Belgium)
  • Onde os Fracos não Têm Vez (Brazil)
  • No es país para viejos (Spain)
  • Non è un paese per vecchi (Italy)

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nubby US

2007-10-16 03:34

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What's this movie about?

stpaulcarguy US

2007-12-04 04:40

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nubby wrote What's this movie about?

I saw this movie this past friday and its about some poor shmuck who stumbles upon a bunch of dead guys at the scene of a drug deal gone wrong. he takes the money and is pursued by a psyco killer (seen in the pic of the fairmont) its a pretty good movie I thought. and I sugest you see it if you get the chance.

badlymad CA

2007-12-09 19:02

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Have to agree, this movie is pretty good, particularly in the film's atmosphere and the performances, especially from Javier Bardem as the psychopathic killer. Some people might be confused by the end of the movie, because it doesn't end like most people assume it would.

Q-Ball JP

2008-02-09 22:08

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How does it end?

ford_guy US

2008-02-09 22:09

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Check wikipedia. It's best not to give away spoilers here.

garco NL

2008-02-11 21:20

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Just on the new: Javier Bardem has got a BAFTA for his role.
http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0000849/

G-MANN UK

2008-02-20 23:51

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Good film, although I didn't quite like the way it ended (hope I'm not giving too much away), until the very end I thinking "this is excellent, it should win Best Picture at the Oscars", but then it ended slightly unexpectedly :o I wish these "stunt endings" weren't so popular these days, like the way The Sopranos ended for example :mad: The ending of There Will Be Blood was also a bit bizarre. Call me simple-minded but I like loose ends to be tied up in an ending.

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G-MANN UK

2008-02-21 00:01

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This film is set in 1980.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-21 00:29

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G-MANN wrote I wish these "stunt endings" weren't so popular these days


Arent you giving too much saying that [:heink]

Diesel Jim CA

2008-02-23 07:35

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Quite a few people have mentioned all the anachronisms pertaining to the vehicles, as this movie is set in 1980 while many of the vehicles are 1980+. Anyone catch this rather careless error yet? LOL!

IMDB Goofs Page For NCFOM wrote When Llewelyn Moss is talking to the lady by the pool, there is a Brown 2000-up GMC Tahoe in the drive-through in the background. It also disappears between the takes.

Diesel Jim CA

2008-02-23 08:22

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By the way, isn't there also a dark coloured Chevy Blazer or K Series shortbox somewhere in this movie? I think someone could get a decent when Sheriff Bell and his Deputy are investigating the scene on horseback.

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Area 51 US

2008-03-20 02:40

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anyone else catch the mid-70's chevy truck in that drug deal gone bad in the desert?

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Wampa-One US

2008-03-23 05:22

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Wampa-One US

2008-03-27 21:18

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IMDB Goofs Page For NCFOM wrote When Llewelyn Moss is talking to the lady by the pool, there is a Brown 2000-up GMC Tahoe in the drive-through in the background. It also disappears between the takes.

I watched this scene several times and as far as I can tell, I think they are referring to the very small and blurry vehicle just above the bed of the step-side pickup to the left of Llewely's right arm. I am puzzled how anybody would be able to tell what this is. Maybe this "goof" is a goof itself?

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Wampa-One US

2008-03-27 21:23

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ford_guy US

2008-03-27 21:33

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Wampa-One wrote
I watched this scene several times and as far as I can tell, I think they are referring to the very small and blurry vehicle just above the bed of the step-side pickup to the left of Llewely's right arm. I am puzzled how anybody would be able to tell what this is. Maybe this "goof" is a goof itself?


I don't really see it either. One thing I can tell is a goof is the Carl's Jr. The logo/signs are the modern ones, not the ones used back then.


-- Last edit: 2008-03-27 21:36:59 (antp)

philr CA

2008-03-28 04:28

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Wampa-One wrote
I watched this scene several times and as far as I can tell, I think they are referring to the very small and blurry vehicle just above the bed of the step-side pickup to the left of Llewely's right arm. I am puzzled how anybody would be able to tell what this is. Maybe this "goof" is a goof itself?

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The only car I can identify there is the 1977 Buick Skylark.

Diesel Jim CA

2008-04-01 03:09

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Wampa-One wrote Maybe this "goof" is a goof itself?


(In a very Homer Simpson-esque tone) My God...This goof IS a goof!!!

To be 100% honest, I STILL have not seen this movie so without the pics, I could not vouch for the credibility of the SUV "goof" I mentioned. But when I first saw the vehicle in the pics, I thought it was either an older Jeep Wagoneer or an International Scout Four-Door version. I agree, it is VERY hard to identify it at that range. I originally called it careless. Now, I must eat my words. Hmm...they taste like chicken!

Thanks for the Blazer pics by the way! That was the exact shot I was thinking of...friendo...


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stpaulcarguy US

2008-04-14 05:44

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'66 wildcat
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deloreanman14 US

2008-08-23 11:50

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I know it's impossible to make a movie perfectly era-accurate but I spotted a Subaru Forester (probably a 2006 or 2007 model) very briefly. It's in the scene where Javier Bardem's character is driving away from Carla-Jean's house. It's beige and parked in a driveway along the street. You see it for only a blink of an eye and then it's gone.

stpaulcarguy US

2008-09-18 06:27

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deloreanman14 wrote I know it's impossible to make a movie perfectly era-accurate but I spotted a Subaru Forester (probably a 2006 or 2007 model) very briefly. It's in the scene where Javier Bardem's character is driving away from Carla-Jean's house. It's beige and parked in a driveway along the street. You see it for only a blink of an eye and then it's gone.

By gum your right, I was just watching it On Demand and was able to spot it and im going to say '06 to present. Just be careful what you say here. Yesterday I was on set for the cohen bros new movie and I over heard the transportation director bitching about "some stupid site called IMGBB and people complaining about cars" then after that it was a series of mumbles and then he trailed off.

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Skid US

2008-09-18 09:10

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stpaulcarguy wrote Yesterday I was on set for the cohen bros new movie and I over heard the transportation director bitching about "some stupid site called IMGBB and people complaining about cars" then after that it was a series of mumbles and then he trailed off.


That's pretty funny.

Screw him. He should be glad that someone is taking that much interest in something he's directly responsible for.

G-MANN UK

2008-09-18 16:13

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Actually it's good that this site is getting some wider recognition! And in a period picture (whether it's set in the 1980s or centuries ago) it's the filmmakers' job to make sure the scenery and props are as accurate as possible. The transportation director is just pissed that people noticed mistakes in his work!

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carchasesfanatic ES

2008-09-18 16:32

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That's funny that he said so, as G-MANN says its nice to know that the site is getting more well know, even if that's a bad thing for a certain people :p

stpaulcarguy US

2008-10-25 07:18

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Skid wrote Screw him. He should be glad that someone is taking that much interest in something he's directly responsible for.

I really don't think its the same transportation director. plus mike is a really nice guy so im gonna cut him some slack cuz he does work really hard.

Q-Ball JP

2008-11-08 20:59

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when Anton Chigurh gets arrested in the beginning, theres a tiny shot of his car, and the grill is visible.
what model is it?

stpaulcarguy US

2008-12-09 06:28

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Q-Ball wrote when Anton Chigurh gets arrested in the beginning, theres a tiny shot of his car, and the grill is visible.
what model is it?

I think it's either a 68-69 Fairlane/Torino.

somename US

2011-06-12 00:56

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stpaulcarguy wrote
I really don't think its the same transportation director. plus mike is a really nice guy so im gonna cut him some slack cuz he does work really hard.

He did a much better job on A Serious Man.
As for the anachronisms; anybody else read this book? Even the author seems to forget it takes place in 1980 from time to time.

afonso BR

2015-11-29 22:44

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sixcyl FR

2015-11-30 20:50

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