|"It's not often you see a Mexican in a suit."|
Example of Double Gematria:
|Reverse Full Reduction||Reverse Single Reduction|
|It's not often you see a Mexican in a suit||184||184|
|Assassination of Julius Caesar||184||184|
|Kneel for Injustice Kneel for Equality||184||184|
|obstructing a law enforcement officer||184||184|
|Split screen America on full display||184||184|
|McCarran International Airport||184||184|
No Country for Old Men is a 2007 American thriller film written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, based on Cormac McCarthy's 2005 novel.
Joel and Ethan Coen were born and raised in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. Their mother, Rena (maiden name Neumann), was an art historian at St. Cloud State University, and their father, Edward Coen, was an economist at the University of Minnesota. Their family is Jewish.
When they were children, Joel saved money from mowing lawns to buy a Vivitar Super 8 camera. Together, the brothers remade movies they saw on television, with their neighborhood friend Mark Zimering ("Zeimers") as the star. Their first attempt was a romp entitled Henry Kissinger, Man on the Go. Cornel Wilde's The Naked Prey (1965) became their Zeimers in Zambia, which also featured Ethan as a native with a spear.
Joel Coen has said: "In regards to whether our background influences our film making ... who knows? We don't think about it ... There's no doubt that our Jewish heritage affects how we see things."