Thu, 9 Sep 1999 14:47:40 EDT
> miller's crossing has always struck me as very
sinificantly influenced, if
> nothing else, by the hammett novel (but not red harvest!)...anyone else?
Someone once told me that all of the Coen Brothers flicks
were tributes to different hardboiled writers. BLOOD SIMPLE:
Jim Thompson; MILLER'S CROSSING: Hammett; BIG LEBOWSKI:
I don't know where THE HUDSCUKER PROXY fits into this theory.
Maybe a screwball Jonathan Latimer tribute?
By the way, has anyone read Etha Coen's collection, GATES OF
EDEN? I thought it was excellent, and there's some pretty HB
stuff in here.
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