you find in a criminal case at law: i.e. beyond all reasonable doubt.
And I'm certainly not offering any "proof" to people who are already
predisposed to dismiss all this before they even examine the issue in
I don't think any proof would ever satisfy people
with such a mindset.
I'm content instead to present this like evidence in a civil law suit, where
those examining it are looking with an open mind simply on a balance of
But don't take my word for all this.
Let's see what the cast of "No Country for Old Men" think about it all.
Their view is interesting, because they get to meet the brothers
Joel and Ethan Coen up close and personal.
Their observations are illuminating.
By the way, I didn't pay actor, Javier Bardem to say this.
I didn't give actor, Josh Brolin any money to say what he says either.
No inducements to actress, Kelly McDonald either.
This is how the Coens are known in the film business.
"I always thought, how would that be - to be directed by two people.
But the Coens are like the same person with two heads."
-- Javier Bardem, who plays Anton Chigurh
DVD Special Feature "Working with the Coens," included with the movie.
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"The two heads on one body....
I've never seen them getting in an argument.
By which I can't believe.... I literally can't believe....
One will finish the other's sentence...
They compliment each other.
Constantly complimenting each other.
-- Josh Brolin, who plays Llewelyn Moss
"Instead of the two-headed monster...
It's the two-headed friend!
It's a true collaboration and they do everything together."
-- Kelly McDonald, who plays Carla Jean Moss