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No Country For Old Men - Coin Toss Scene [HD]

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I do not own anything in this video, it is merely for entertainment purposes. I recently watched this movie and thought it was quite amazing and suspenseful. I really enjoyed this scene (among many others) but wasn't able to find an HD version with subtitles on YouTube, so I thought it would be nice to share it with the community.
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david martignetti (4 days ago)
A lot of clips with an added score. Why screw with it??
maqz malone (5 days ago)
anton chigurh would make michael myers shit his pants.
雪平そうま (29 days ago)
even the candy wrapper acts well
Laszy (1 month ago)
*A S M R*
Bryan Palmer (1 month ago)
This movie is brilliant, lack of background music and special effects make it more effective from a viewing standpoint.
سيؤفي سيؤفي (2 months ago)
ممكن فيلم كمل
Rick Guðmundstótir (2 months ago)
The reachness of accent in that scene is wonderfull. Perfect!
TheBeatlesjohnpaul (3 months ago)
You already asked me that! LOL his first annoying line
Doge Doge (3 months ago)
F R I E N D O
D Dixon (3 months ago)
I tried this at Arco... It didn't work
I Am Chedda (3 months ago)
Dude fucked his head up.
Lord Kek (3 months ago)
or itll get mixed in with the others and become just a coin. which it is.
William Wallace (3 months ago)
You’re calling it for your life. playing toss the coin with the grim reaper
BMO V0II (3 months ago)
The brief shot of the peanut wrapper on the counter...
manaharav (3 months ago)
Just imagine if the old man ,after he won the bet for his life, asked Anton for his Texas ID...
manaharav (3 months ago)
This guy would have 99.9 % of the commenters here, either 1. begging for their life or 2. dead right away, in whatever way he wanted. Even cops and special forces. Remember, he is a hitmans hitman , hired by the toughest cartels, and his only job is to eliminate the people in front of him. He was just playing with civilians, with law enforcement or trained operatives he would simply be ruthlessly efficient. Also, he seems to have a high pain tolerance, and doesn't seem to care if he will eventually die a violent death.
Night Rider (3 months ago)
"Getting any rain your way ?"
olcsóhigany (3 months ago)
Four minutes tutorial about how to get away paying for your gas n nuts
Carlos Cervantes (3 months ago)
What if this guy came up on Mike from breaking bad? XD
Mike Zilla (3 months ago)
I'm hiding from Chigurh in the comments section.
jramir2 (3 months ago)
This scene makes me believe in the 2nd amendment. lol
Eldritch_Potato (3 months ago)
That is the point. The guy only had a vague idea of what he was implying. Most likely later it dawned on him how close he came to it.
Reyna Soraten (3 months ago)
man, he is so creepy but the old man is extremely patient and surprisingly open to talk about his life.... love this scene and the acting of these two beautiful people!
Tommy Kincaid (3 months ago)
If I anyone reading this hasn't already seen this movie I highly suggest that you immediately drop everything & watch it! Its one of those rare movies that if you happen to stumble upon it and you have never seen a trailer or in some cases even heard about the movie. It's the type of movie that will both make you wonder how the hell you hadn't already seen it and at the same time glad you haven't seen it because your in the process of watching a master piece. A movie as great as NKFOM doesn't come around very often! It will instantly make you forget about every stupid movie that you wasted two hours of your life watching! Enjoy, a movie like this doesn't come around often!!?!!!!!!!!!
lo squartatore (3 months ago)
Why am I only realizing how deeply brilliant this scene is...
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
Ur not not even close goof
Lou Jones (3 months ago)
One of the best scenes in the movie hands down! Stellar acting by both
Za ch (3 months ago)
cold as ice
Ronnie Bishop (3 months ago)
I’ll bet that old man is thinking that’s the craziest son of a bitch that’s ever lived.
i think i would be more comfterble with the joker then with Anton
Ash Habibi (3 months ago)
What time do you go to bed ? At around 9:30, I could come back around then...
The Viscount (3 months ago)
Can someone explain this scene to me?
Eldritch_Potato (3 months ago)
In short form, he was going to kill the guy on the flip of a coin. The guy did not answer his questions at the start for the gas and he rambled on, passing the time so he been putting it up , up to that moment. Where he won everything.
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
No
Voodooo (3 months ago)
Dialogue of python with old frog
McCracken216 (3 months ago)
How did he see he was from Dallas?
Travis Tran (3 months ago)
too bad, in California you have to pay gas in advance.
Phantom121904 (3 months ago)
If you listen closely (especially with headphones), you can tell they had to re-dub when he says "and it's either heads or tails"
Jet Quinn (3 months ago)
This scene is 100x more riveting and scary if you've seen the rest of the movie. Out of context it seems relatively normal if strange and tense.
Bruce Cao (3 months ago)
if it was Bruce lee in the counter, he would have killed that guy ten times since he picks up about closing time, bed time, way before married into what what.
Jean-Marc Bissick (3 months ago)
One of my favorite movie scenes.
Mapleheads (3 months ago)
Wonder if anton would be such a bully if he walked into John wicks pencil store 🤔
Sroy Detroy (3 months ago)
Why do people hate small talks?
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
Just because
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
He hates it and because
Jeff Cockmann (3 months ago)
that was just a big ploy to get gas for free
I'll kill you cunt (3 months ago)
That old man is fuken annoyingly stupid.
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
And so r u
Alchemist7000 (3 months ago)
One thing I can never not notice in this scene now is the Jack links in the background, they weren't around in 1980
Ed H (3 months ago)
Even the plastic wrapper is struggling under the pressure
Matthew Herring (3 months ago)
This looks like a dumb movie if all they do is whisper
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
Oh look another idiot
Lou Baker (3 months ago)
'...You stand to win everything' How right he was. Every day of life without the explicit threat of instantaneous death is a gift; an opportunity to do, achieve, create, and be what you want. A 50/50 chance game of death would sure as fuck be an effective reminder of what we take for granted.
öztürk (3 months ago)
this movie was so fucking pointelss
TheReal Doge (3 months ago)
Oh look an idiot
Megaproductions302 (3 months ago)
It’s funny how that even after the old man had won the coin toss he almost took his victory for granted which seemed to irritate Anton. The old man had no idea that his own life was at risk and he was going to take it for granted until Anton suggested against it. It’s moments like these that are pure cinematic gold.
StarFetch TV (3 months ago)
Youre a bit deaf aren't ya ?
Impulsive 99 (3 months ago)
so what's the point in that 4 minutes 26 secs video?
Darth Alba (3 months ago)
This is just fucking terrifying to me.
Stephen Zancheez (3 months ago)
For those who don't live in Texas ,this is just a Monday morning
lonewolf333 (3 months ago)
I've been through Texas, and that shit nothingness in west Texas for miles on end drove me insane. Miles and miles of flat land with nothing to look at. My prevailing thought every time I drive through there is "How the fuck can anyone live here, and what do they do for fun?".
al (3 months ago)
I could imagine
Spartan Lion (3 months ago)
And still, I'm not sure if the old guy was like "what the fuck did just happen" or "that was a close one " after this conversation...
Chicken Draws Dogs (3 months ago)
Chigurh: What business is it of yours where I'm from... Cashier: ... Chigurh: ...Mr. Bond? Cashier: (Confusion intensifies)
RacerEckss (3 months ago)
I just hate this actor. Hes just.... so.......Bed wettish.
Mr. X (3 months ago)
BadAss
jorge blast (3 months ago)
ruthless killer!
NOISEf7 (3 months ago)
So damn confusing WTF
YONDU POPPINS (3 months ago)
When you look at the film in the context of it being a commentary on our consumerism, there are so many little things in this scene that add to that. Notice how the old man keeps trying to come up with the excuse that he's closing the store, because of how uncomfortable he is, then when Antione tells him to call a coin toss, he immediately asks what he stands to win. He's uncomfortable until him winning something becomes part of the equation. On top of that, he's most likely thinking he stands to win something of financial significance, when really if you listened to Antione you know that he is wagering for his own life. This then raises the question of what we value more, our lives, or materialistic things. And to top things off, Antione refers to the coin as the man's 'lucky coin' and tells him not to put it with the others. He doesn't view money in a way that gives people material things, he saw the coin as a token of the man's life being spared.
Burton L (3 months ago)
Huh, the movie title makes a lot of sense now. Is it a movie about younger people being downright hostile to old folks?
Evolving Activist (3 months ago)
BAD HAIRCUT
Nate DS (3 months ago)
This is actaully the only part of the movie with non-diabetic music. It’s really subtle but if you listen very closely it’s there.
TR C (3 months ago)
Love this scene. Don't put it in your pocket or it will get mixed in the with the others and become just a coin. Which it is.
anh nguyen duy (3 months ago)
i was scrolling through the comments when this lines come in right at the exact moment i saw your comment
Firstimeshooter (3 months ago)
I like how Anton chokes on the peanut. The whole movie they talk about him being like a ghost but here shows that even he can be taken down... by a peanut. 🥜
Anatman Tus (3 months ago)
His voice so deeply, so comfortable to hear..
Christopher Adams (3 months ago)
When you meet your principal in school.
Mistman _ (3 months ago)
Is it just me or is the cinematography really basic and boring in this scene?
Super Arabica (3 months ago)
This conversation needs oblivion music.
Clean1268 (3 months ago)
So good
Geo Boy (3 months ago)
anyone??!
Geo Boy (3 months ago)
anyone here in 2019?? guys?? i misss this movie??
Byoo Byoo (3 months ago)
The scariest line you can use now to scare people is “What is the most you ever lost in a coin toss” but I also like “ lets play a game. Which body part do you need the least?”
foodank_atr (3 months ago)
That's just how Chigurh saves on gas costs...
I wouldn’t have been threatened like that, keep a double barrel shotty under the counter locked and loaded, just pull it out and blow this asshole with a bad haircut away.
Scottish_Saltire (3 months ago)
but he didn't mean nothing by it??
Ray Benoit (3 months ago)
By the way, my other favorite scene is Clarence's reaction when jimmy stewart asks him if he wants a drink in "its a wonderful life".
Ray Benoit (3 months ago)
For me, its like stars lining up or something like that to really happen.
Kole (3 months ago)
one of my favourite scenes....
Veli-Pekka Kultanen (3 months ago)
Fun fackt: in Finland we do not have "small talk".
Chase Price (3 months ago)
This scene was so intense
Alejandro Bohorquez (3 months ago)
The actor playing the scene with Bardem is Gene Jones. They're both great.
Always Clean (3 months ago)
We all here for memes.
Thomas (3 months ago)
"Sugar?"
Jay Mour (3 months ago)
Phynominal acting
Dan Whooley Comedy (3 months ago)
One of my favorite scenes of all the movies I’ve ever seen. Only thing that distracts me is Jack Links wasn’t a company until the late 80s, years after NCFOM takes place
bruce moon (3 months ago)
This should be in every gas station training manual.
Ubertarian (3 months ago)
They should do a kill bill cross over
Ubertarian (3 months ago)
this could be a really good anime
Luke Dabbs (3 months ago)
F r i e n d o
Yulian Amadeus (3 months ago)
A peanut would have saved many lives.
Martin S (3 months ago)
The wrapper represents a fuse I read
Minh Nguyen (3 months ago)
I'm hungry for peanuts.
ThatPurpleFunk (3 months ago)
I never understood what the crinkled wrapper meant.
everything is awesome (3 months ago)
It means that this scene was so fucking intense and terrifying that even that wrapper was scared to unwrap.
Prasanna S (3 months ago)
Kiruku paya!!!!
JohnWesley Downey (3 months ago)
Not only is the writing and acting absolutely superb in this scene, so is the art direction. Look at the fan belts hung at the top of the window in the background. They look like NOOSES. Subconsciously adds extra tension to the scene.
Robert Dorst (3 months ago)
Might have been scary for the old man but if you're a attendant at a off the beaten path gas station why don't you have a 45 in your wasteban ?
Ricky Garcia (3 months ago)
Epic
Sheet Storm (3 months ago)
Strange eerie man. Great scene.
Rücklicht (3 months ago)
Not intimidating at all.....allthough the hair cut tells you this man doesn´t give a shit
The Admiral1224 (3 months ago)
I kinda feel bad for the old man...
Freecheese (3 months ago)
This film has the most compelling scenes of intense critical moments. The dialogue was masterfully employed as well to create a setting that was unique to this part of the country

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