Ethan Coen On The Coen Brothers Split: “None Of The Decisions Are Definitive.”

Ethan Coen On The Coen Brothers Split: “None Of The Decisions Are Definitive.”
One of the topics that dominated the “The Tragedy of Macbeth” press circuit was Ethan Coen‘s absence from the film. With Joel Coen going solo, the decades-long partnership between the Coen Brothers seemed to have reached an inglorious conclusion. Granted, the narrative that emerged was less one of familial tension than industry fatigue. Joel indicated in interviews that his brother would have had no interest in making a Shakespeare adaptation, while long-time collaborator Carter Burwell – who scored “The Tragedy of Macbeth” – went so far as to say that Ethan “just didn’t want to make movies anymore.”

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Until he did.

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