The Man Who Wasn't There was easily the most beautiful Coen Brothers movie to date. It looked as if they had Ansel Adams as their director of photography. The movie was typical top quality stuff from the Coens, as they create wonderfully interesting characters and plunge them into a twisting tale of murder. Billy Bob Thorton was also perfectly cast in the lead role.
Now I have to figure out how they got such great lighting and created such a high contrast look.