Josh Brolin talks about "No Country For Old Men", his character Llewellyn Moss, and the film's directors Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, and about Woody Harrelson, and also talks about his character in "American Gangster".
Josh Brolin (Part One)
In part two, Josh Brolin is continuing his conversation about the actual New York City police officer that he largely modeled his "American Gangster" crooked cop character after. The real-life police officer's first name has been deleted from the audio, out of respect for the man's family. At the time part two of the audio begins, Mr. Brolin is in the middle of mentioning that in a story told to him by the real Frank Lucas (portrayed onscreen by Denzel Washington) -- the real-life police officer, a white man, has put out his hand, right next to the outstretched hand of Lucas's large bodyguard, a black man. What you will hear, beginning with the words, "see that?", are the words of the real-life police officer who is talking to the bodyguard -- as told by Mr. Brolin, recalling the confrontation as told to him by Mr. Lucas, whom Brolin spent time with to prepare for "American Gangster".
Josh Brolin (Part Two)
In part three, the conclusion of the interview with Omar, Josh talks briefly
about hope in the character of Llewellyn Moss in "No Country For Old Men", and
about Mr. Brolin's zeal for playing complex, unpredictable characters.
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