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No Country for Old Men

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Hello. Friendo. The greeting became a harbinger of death for many who saw the Cohen Brothers’ 2007 film – and not everyone realised that it was based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy. The book is just as fierce and surreal as the film. So why not let your imagination follow Sheriff Bell deep into the dark, twisted and bleeding heart of Texas as the sociopath Anton Chigurh unleashes one bloodbath after another?

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