The Man Who Wasn't There
Cert: 15 Year: 2001 Length: 156 mins
Hailed as the Brothers' masterpiece, this neo-noir thriller is in the mould of a James M Cain pulp novel, yet in typical Coens style draws on so many genres it is impossible to categorise. The understated, enigmatic central performance of Thornton as the Barber is a stunning achievement, as is Roger Deakins' wonderful black and white photography. Do not miss.
Winner Best Director (shared with David Lynch) Cannes Film Festival 2001
The best American film of the year
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
Find A Film
Search over 1200 films in the Keswick Film Club archive.
Keswick Film Club won the Best New Film Society at the British Federation Of Film Societies awards in 2000.
Since then, the club has won Film Society Of The Year and awards for Best Programme four times and Best Website twice.
We have also received numerous Distinctions and Commendations in categories including marketing, programming and website.
Links Explore the internet with Keswick Film Club