The Man Who Wasn't There
The story is rife with the Coens' ripe ambivalence, a black seriocomic opera of fouled-up American dreams, and a meditation on ambivalence that is itself often as ambiguous as the emotional meanderings of its protagonist, a small-town barber. The film's black-and-white image processing is stunning.
"...Thornton, Frances McDormand, James Gandolfini, Jon Polito, Michael Badalucco, Katherine Borowitz, Tony Shalhoub and Scarlett Johannson. The Man Who..."
Nov. 2, 2001 Movie Review by Marc Savlov