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Monday, February 25, 2008
No Country For Old Men

Ed Tom Bell. I think I'm Ed Tom Bell. Or something like him, coz I can relate to him. Life is so full of surprises. Sometimes you hit the jackpot, and sometimes it is shitty all day long. Sometimes you are chasing and sometimes you are being hunted. As Einstein put it, stupidity is limitless. You make a wrong decision in split second, and have consequences come knocking your door for the rest of your life. On the other hand you prey on someone who probably has wronged you, keep telling yourself that your are upholding justice. Later, when you play back your life in your head, you realize that you should have done something different but obviously there's nothing you can do about it. You just sit ,surrendering and helpless.

No Country For Old Men is a story of Ed Tom Bell, a town sheriff who are on the verge of retirement, musing about life. His past luck and stupidity is presented in the form of Moss, a lone NAM vet tough guy with a loving wife, who stumbled upon hundreds kilos of coke and a bag full of money in a midst of gruesome bloodbath. Although he knows that he'll be hunted for the money, he take it anyways and even return to the scene to grab the heroin. And then there's Bell's inner justice, in a form of psychotic assassin, Chigurh. Chigurh destroys anything on his path to get Moss, even slaying innocent smelly old people who happens to cross path with him. This cat and mouse game ends as what it suppose to be, and life goes on as there's nothing he can do about it.

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