The Man Who Wasn't There (movie)

Imagine a barber living in a small American town in the year 1949, he has a wife and they live in a small medium class home just perfect for two people, nothing extraordinary here. It won't be long till you will discover that he is a little different from the others, silently observing everything and everyone. In my opinion he could even represent lucidity, never in the whole movie do you see him drinking alcohol although he is a heavy smoker. When learning of his wife's secret he doesn't react in any way and after helping his wife's boss with some dirty laundry he returns to normal like nothing happened. Ed, this being his name, is a difficult one to describe, and adding the fact that I'm trying not to divulge too much of the movie is even harder. I wouldn't go so far as calling Ed autistic, his lack of talking originates in his strong desire to talk only when he has something to say, when it comes to his apparent lack of emotions... well... you will see close to the end that he finally finds someone who is actually on his mind and tries to help without taking advantage.

This 2001 movie was directed by  Joel and Ethan Coen, the ones who also directed The Big Lebowski and No Country For Old Men so you should prepare yourself for a unique cinematic experience. Some of the main actors are Billy Bob Thornton, Frances McDormand, James Gandolfini (The Sopranos), Tony Shalhoub and Michael Badalucco.

Enjoy the movie, under the trailer there is a link to a torrent file, this is strictly for educational purposes. Enjoy. Help to keep knowledge and the Internet free.

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