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The main characters in Tay Garnett’s film The Postman Always Rings Twice and the Coen Brothers’ The Man Who Wasn’t There follow a pattern of behavior that is inane and ultimately self-destructive, as can be seen in how they end up — either dead, wrongly accused and imprisoned for a crime they didn’t commit, or ironically not convicted for a crime they did commit. What do you think these films are saying about the pattern of behavior they followed to get them where they wound up in the end, as well as why they followed these patterns of behavior in the first place? In other words, what is the way of thinking or belief system that lead to these characters’ behaviors, and what does the film tell us about this way of thinking or belief system? And finally, does the film propose an alternative way of thinking or life narrative that might have proven more salutory for these characters in the end?