Arnold Schwarzenegger as Anton Chigurh
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In making No Country for Old Men, the Coen Brothers were concerned that the implacable, affectless hit-man Anton Chigurh would be too reminiscent of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s legendary turn as The Terminator. So they tasked actor Javier Bardem with approaching the role as a murderous eccentric, a performance that would earn a Best Supporting Actor nod at the following year’s Oscars. And now, a decade later, the face of Arnold himself, deepfaked into the movie’s most famous scene.
Voice over by Joe Gaudet
You know, the gas station scene is the most misunderstood scene in modern cinema.
Consider this: you’re a hitman on the way to a $3m job, you just killed a cop and a bystander, then stole a car, and pulled into a gas station on a stretch of desert road hundreds of miles long. A nosy attendant makes a point of having seen you and where you came from. You, a criminal who does it for a living, would kill him immediately.
Not this weirdo:
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