Coen Brothers' 'No Country' Nabs Eight Oscar Nods
For more than 20 years, Ethan and Joel Coen have written, directed, and produced films together — many of them bloody, absurd and revolving around some kind of criminal enterprise gone awry.
Their latest, No Country for Old Men, is up for eight Academy Awards — and they're the first siblings to share a nomination for best director.
The Coen brothers talk with Scott Simon about crime stories, working with babies and a mystery man named Roderick Jaynes.
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