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By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 17, 2012

So you get your psychopaths, but you get your expectations overturned and your lesson in non-violence as well. It's the classic bait-and-switch. "The audience is going to put up with a lot of Gandhi by the end of the film," McDonagh said. "Which is good. It's nice to have a film about guys with guns that doesn't glorify them. To subvert the genre. The only reason for taking on those themes is to go against the grain a little bit. It's all about guilt and sin and redemption and questioning the violence."

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