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Sep. 6 2009 - 10:11 pm | 6 views | 0 recommendations | 0 comments

Fifteen-minute cinema: “World Cinema” with Joel and Ethan Coen

Actor Josh Brolin at FLAUNT Magazine's 9th Ann...

Coen main man, Josh Brolin

What was the world like before sub-titles?  And what is expected of us since sub-titles?  Are we measuring up?

Three minutes on making life’s difficult decisions, with the Coen Brothers and Josh Brolin.

For some backstory, click here for Very Short List.

Here’s the show… YouTube – World Cinema by Joel and Ethan Coen.


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