Futuristically-speaking, No Country‘s Josh Brolin has told L.A. Times Magazine‘s Ginny Chien that he’ll always “be happy whether I’m doing dinner theater in Phoenix or some great movie with Michael Mann. I’ve always been, and I always will be. As much as I appreciate the moment, I know the moment will change.” And then change back again. There’s no “good” or “bad” side of the coin — there is only the momentous import of the coin’s particular constitution. Happy and sad, flush and poor, up and down are fool’s illusions.