The Man Who Wasn't There
Academy Award® Nominee
In the summer of 1949, a barber in a small California town is dissatisfied with his life, and his wife's infidelity presents him with an opportunity for blackmail that he thinks will help him to... View more >
for a scene of violence
Starring Billy Bob Thornton, Frances McDormand, Michael Badalucco... View more >
Won the award for Best Director at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival
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We felt the movie was slow and could have taken alot of time off the movie. He did a god job of acting but it was hard to keep interested in.
Billy Bob Thronton gave another great performance in "The Man Who Wasn't There," a film noir drama about a barber who became involved in a murder. The film is directed by the Coen Brothers. The film was shot in Black & White to get the film noir feel of the film.
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