life model play

Anais 2022-04-23 07:02:00

In my opinion:

Story 1. When we were young and frivolous, we always thought that we were invincible in the world. After leaving our hometown, we discovered that there was someone outside, and finally accepted mediocrity in unwillingness. (Gunman)

Story 2. After becoming an adult, I always feel that I am still young and still have a lot of opportunities. Who knows, I have already missed the last chance of my destiny. (robber)

Story 3. When people reach middle age, they can't keep up with the changes of the times. Their talents may not be as practical as eye-catching skills. Finally, they are eliminated by society. (Disabled Artist)

Story 4. When you are old, you have finally saved some family business after working hard all your life. At this time, someone will always be eyeing your property. (Gold Rush)

Story 5. You have worked hard all your life and resisted all the hardships, but your family may not be able to endure it. (leader)

Story 6. Finally, in the nursing home, with three or five friends to the finish line. (all)

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Extended Reading
  • Kareem 2021-12-02 08:01:26

    The third story is too cruel.

  • Kristin 2022-03-27 09:01:06

    West and death, absurdity and sadness, all the way from amazing to distracted, the Coen brothers have always had good sentences and bad chapters in recent years. The first three stories are so good that I will probably remember them for a long time.

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs quotes

  • Englishman (segment "The Mortal Remains"): You know the story, but people can't get enough of them, like little children. Because, well, they connect the stories to themselves, I suppose, and we all love hearing about ourselves, so long as the people in the stories are us, but not us. Not us in the end, especially.

  • Trapper (segment "The Mortal Remains"): You're bounty hunters.

    Englishman (segment "The Mortal Remains"): Literal man! Cruel man!... yes, fine: bounty hunters. An ugly title, really... as if emolument were the point. Is the cobbler not paid for his shoes? It's an honest calling!