Director: Joel Cohen
Writers: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Cast: William H. Macy, Steve Buscemi, Peter Stormare, Frances McDormand, Harvey Presnell, Melissa Peterman, Steve Reeves / Larry Brandenberg / John Carroll Lynch / Steve Park
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Crime
Region: US / UK
Released: 1996-03-08 (USA)
Length: 98 minutes
Also known as: Snowflake High (Hong Kong) / Stupid Flying Thieves / Fargo Town / Fargo / Ice Storm
Rating: IMDB 8.1 / Rotten Tomatoes 94%
Car manager Shelley (William H. Macy William H. Macy ornaments) has a perfect plan to build a parking lot. He has repeatedly asked his rich father-in-law Willie to borrow money, but Willie, who is penny-pinching, never agreed. . In desperation, Shelly had to find Kao (played by Steve Buscemi) and Kia (played by Peter Stormare), and asked them to kidnap his wife and blackmail Willie for 1 million. He was rewarded with 20,000 to 40,000 upon completion. The three hit it off.
When Shelly got home, Willie told him it was time to think about his plans. Overjoyed, Shelly immediately found Willie, but Willie didn’t want to borrow money, but wanted to invest by himself. A disappointed Shelley returns home to find his wife has been kidnapped. When Kayo and Kia ran away after being kidnapped, they accidentally killed a policeman and two passers-by, and things started to get bigger and bigger…
“Fargo” is a 1996 dark comedy-crime film directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. The movie stars Frances McDormand, William H. Macy, and Steve Buscemi, and is set in the freezing winter landscape of rural Minnesota.
In the film, a bungled kidnapping plot goes awry, leading to a trail of murder and chaos. A pregnant police chief, Marge Gunderson (played by McDormand), is called to investigate the case, and soon discovers a tangled web of deception and violence that threatens to engulf the entire community.
“Fargo” was praised for its unique blend of humor, violence, and suspense, as well as its quirky characters and unforgettable dialogue. The film won several awards, including the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and the Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or. It also helped to establish the Coen Brothers as major players in the film industry, and has since become a cult classic and a touchstone of American cinema.
The film was later adapted into a television series of the same name, which premiered in 2014 and has since become a critical and commercial success in its own right.
Leave A Comment?
You must be logged in to post a comment.