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[upon winning the Oscar for Best Director for No Country for Old Men
(2007)] In the late '60s, when [brother Ethan Coen
] was 11 or 12, he got a suit and a briefcase and we went to the Minneapolis International Airport with a Super 8 camera and made a movie about shuttle diplomacy called "Henry Kissinger, Man on the Go". And, honestly, what we do now doesn't feel much different from what we were ...
In the late 60s, Coen, along with younger brother Ethan, shot their own Super 8 version of "Advise and Consent.".
Many of his films feature an amoral but intelligent character who works in business or law