What is the main message of No Country For Old Men?

Marking a rare adaptation of another work for the Coen brothers, 2007’s No Country for Old Men was true not only in the story of Cormac McCarthy’s iconic neo-Western crime thriller novel, but also its themes, ranging from the dangers of greed to the nature of destiny and deconstructing the Western genre itself. With all of these layers at the heart of its story, what do you feel is ultimately the main message of No Country for Old Men? And do you think the Coen brothers translated it meaningfully from McCarthy’s novel? Let us know below!

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