The man who wasn't there

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The man who wasn't there
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USA Films (Firm)
Place Published: 
New York, NY
USA Home Entertainment
[Widescreen version]
1 videodisc (116 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.
Special features: making "The man who wasn't there"; interview with cinematographer Roger Deakins; deleted scenes/deleted shots; cast and crew filmographies; photo gallery; theatrical trailer; audio commentary by Joel and Ethan Coen also featuring Billy Bob Thornton.
Director of photography, Roger Deakins ; art director, Chris Gorak ; editors, Roderick Jaynes, Tricia Cooke ; original score, Carter Burwell ; costume designer, Mary Zophres ; production designer, Dennis Gassner.
In a sleep Northern California town in the 1940's, Ed Crane, a humble barber, suspects that his wife Doris is having an affair with her boss. When a stranger comes into town hinting that there is a fortune to be made in investing in the new invention of dry cleaning, Ed hatches a blackmail scheme he hopes will make him rich and get him some revenge at the same time. His plan goes horribly awry when he accidentally commits a murder for which Doris is blamed, landing her in jail, and Ed at the mercy of big -city lawyer Freddy Riedenschneider.
MPAA rating: R.
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