i enjoyed this film for the most part but never understood why they killed off llewelyn moss the way they did. we spend half the movie watching him run around and we don't even see him die properly
cause a lot of what Coens do in this movie and in other movies of theirs is about subverting expectations, which is what good writers do. But really it's because the movie is about Ed Tom.
>Waahh I want all movies to be generally the same and work in about the same way
>Wahhh I hate watching a movie and have any aspect of it be different
>Wahhh I want storytelling to happen the same way every time
I bet you hate Beyond the Black Rainbow you plebian.
Because it's not about him. It's about Ed Tom and how he has gotten tired of seing all the senseless violence and agony man afflicts on eachother after a lifetime on the force, and how it eventually causes him to retire.
There really is no difference besides sheriff being a war veteran and survivors guilt and the ending where llewyn's wife dies. Honestly the movie was way better than the book, it did everything in the book and tweaked the right small things to make it even better