En­ter the Coen zone with a bang

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To co­in­cide with the re­lease of Joel and Ethan Coen’s No Coun­try for Old Men next month, the Ir­ish Film In­sti­tute in Dublin will present a ret­ro­spec­tive of all 11 ear­lier fea­ture films by the Coens. It be­gins on Jan­uary 5th with their clever, as­sured de­but, Blood Sim­ple, and in­cludes such gems as Miller’s Cross­ing, The Big Le­bowski, Rais­ing Ari­zona, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, and Fargo, for which Frances McDor­mand (who is mar­ried to Joel Coen) won the Os­car for best ac­tress. She also fea­tures in the new com­edy-drama from the Coens, Burn Af­ter Read­ing, which fea­tures Brad Pitt, Ge­orge Clooney, Tilda Swin­ton and John Malkovich, and is now in post-pro­duc­tion. For dates and times, seewww.irish­film.ie.

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