No Country For Old Men - Coin Toss Scene [HD]
This scene makes me anxious every time I watch it No Country for Old Men

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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.

Comments

Bollox : I didn't mean nothing by it. D I D N T M E A N N U T H I N ?

Bird Up : The old man could've avoided the coin toss by answering javier when he asked how much for the gas instead of asking a question of his own

Jose Rodriguez : Wow. 2:40 Even the candy wrapper was scared to unwrap.

Joe Gutzz : The thing that makes this scene so frightening is the fact that it’s only the 2 of them for miles around and the old man can’t do anything but fear for his life. This is a paranoid person’s worst nightmare. The man can kill me and nobody would know for a few days or maybe weeks.

Jonathan Willow : He is just distracting the old man from the fact that he did not pay.

Surigen 12 : if that can get any more twisted inside Chigurh's head: at the end, he looks genuinely happy for that old man, with that quick "well done!". As if it wasn't he who controlled the whole situation, he who could have just simply walked out without doing the whole coin tossing thing. This makes Chigurh even more weird and psychopathic...

nerdwhitenerd : *coughs* "you married into it?" lol

rodericklep285 : *how to get a free snack at the gas station*

Bram Van : Imagine Chigurh, the Joker and Hans Landa in one room.

Peatear Griffin : The only man who is intimidating in a bowl cut.

Matt Black : I tried this with my parents I'm homeless now Thanks

kiri : its like talking to a smartass 7 year old with aspergers.

abe t : *friendo*

Leon Kennedy : Anton didn't just randomly decide to maybe kill him for no reason. He said he saw his license plate.... you're from Texas and Anton picked up on that. It could put him at risk. He asked him to pick a side because he wanted to give him a chance. He felt bad for the old coot.

Develan : What a con. He convinced that poor old man to take 25 cents for his food and gas.

Amerlad mad : and this... this is why no country for old men, is one of the greatest masterpieces of our generation.

Pete Schussman : Huh, at the height of the tension when he's asking the owner to call it, I can hear suspenseful music softly playing in the background. I never noticed that before. Goes to show that this scene is so engrossing and the music blends into it so perfectly that you don't notice. Think its one of the few times that there is music in the movie.

Mapleheads : Wonder if anton would be such a bully if he walked into John wicks pencil store 🤔

Peter Keogh : This guy scares me ffs and it's just a movie, such was the believable performance, he's incredibly menacing

Grim Seawolf : How I feel in Skyrim deciding or not if I’m gonna kill this random npc

Wildman Samurai : "You're a bit deaf aren't you?"

Cory : That empty bag of nuts deserved an Oscar.

XL EWO TRASH BST LX : Very dark character to play . He was brilliant.

Brahma Mishra : Is this ASMR?

funkyflights : Javier was brilliant in this movie, his character made this movie ...

NINJA's Depression : He was playing chess with Death.

Stephen Zancheez : For those who don't live in Texas ,this is just a Monday morning

Justin shepherd : So if you stand to win everything i guess you also stand to lose everything..

bukifuriku : This is how you pay for gas if you only have a quarter.

samarth here : Another interesting fact: this film does not have a soundtrack. None!

MMtheMan : Anton Chigurh ANNHILATES Gas Attendant In Conversation

QuasarOne : The lack of a score makes this scene so terrifying

Fight ForFreedom2019 : " you stand to win everything, call it"

Kopiovastaava : The most accurate portrayal of a psychopath in movie history.

Chicken Draws Dogs : Chigurh: What business is it of yours where I'm from... Cashier: ... Chigurh: ...Mr. Bond? Cashier: (Confusion intensifies)

Joseph565112 : You analysts are ALL wrong. Really, Anton is jealous because his dream job would be to marry-into or inherit a gas station out in the middle of nowhere. Dont have to deal a holes, and can easily kill the occasional dude. He's pissed because he's out there chasing mexicans and satchels, etc.

Alex Delarge : Damn, this scene is just SO DAMN GOOD.

NeuralNetProcessor : I wonder how long it took the old guy to realize he didn't pay for his gas or peanuts.

ray Gordon : The Candy wrapper has it's own IMDB page

Ryan Leatigaga : So I just need to: -Get jacked -Look scary -Speak calmly and I can do this to every gas station? Oh boy!

Reyna Soraten : 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!

You are a bold one : “What business is it of yours where I’m from.... friendo?”

Mohammed Islam : "What's the most...you ever lost in a coin toss...?" *Chills*

Omi Wan : Old man never made small talk with customers again

BRETT WHITE : Oscar well-deserved.

MrPiddleStick : He was going to kill him, wasn't he

sid viciouss : Complete domination.

Big Terminator : Anton Chigurh is a seriously chilling character played perfectly by Javier Bardem in one of the best movies of the 21st century.

glasstorso : Gonna try this at my local gas station the next time I don't feel like spending $3.99 for a small pack of M&Ms. .