Had a few hours to kill this morning before the games started so was cruising through Showtime looking for a movie to watch. For whatever reason, I had missed this one when it was in the theaters: a Coen brothers film starring Billy Bob Thornton titled "The Man Who Wasn't There."
Lots of good actors and while the story line is decent, it isn't what I'd call outstanding; I liked it, but suspect not everybody will. IMO the real benefit of this film is spectacular cinematography and lighting. Shot entirely in B&W and done 'film noir' style, the cinematography is phenomenal; essentially being a coherent collection of beautifully framed and composed stills, along with exquisite lighting for each set. I cannot imagine any "street photographer" not appreciating it for those qualities alone.
imdb overview: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0243133/
Hope you like it