A collection of three films that won the Academy Award for Best Motion Picture. In the Coen Brothers' masterful No Country For Old Men, an innocent everyman with a devoted wife and simple existence stumbles across the scene of a botched drug deal. Amidst the carnage, he discovers two million dollars in unmarked bills, which he promptly pockets. What he doesn't count on, however, is the ruthless assassin who's hot on his trail and who will stop at nothing until his gets his man.
Based on a true story, A Beautiful Mind depicts the life of brilliant mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr. Nash suffered for many years from paranoid schizophrenia yet, remarkably, managed to fight his mental illness and go on to win the Nobel Prize.
Skilfully blending elements of drama, suburban satire, and black comedy, American Beauty tells the story of a suburban father who becomes disillusioned with his stale, repetitive existence and loveless marriage to an uptight real estate agent. In an act of defiance, he quits his job and starts regressing into young adulthood, where he befriends the neighbour's pot-dealing son, gets high, lifts weights, and has sexual fantasises about his 16-year-old daughter's best friend. Meanwhile, the lives of those around him unravel in profound and startling ways.