One of my favourite (favorite) movies of all time is called Miller's Crossing by the Coen brothers.
I have a huge amount of respect for the cinematographers and the directors.
The movie casts light on the deep questions of ethics whilst it's main character/s seem to come across as amoral. This brings to light one of my favourite and darkest aspect of the movie; the role of the anti-hero played by Gabriel Byrne.
In all it encompasses many of the negative aspects of humanity, greed, lust and envy to name a few. Unlike some movies of it's ilk, there are no real happy endings and no real redemption.
Things are just the way they are.
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