In a strange and intriguing story about a man named Lundegaard, a famous car salesman in Minneapolis, but who has suffered many debts he could not dispose of. In a desperate bid for Jerry to pay his debts, he hired two thugs to kidnap his wife and get money from her wealthy family. Jerry will get a big ransom of money, the thugs will pay part of Jerry and keep the rest. Maybe things will turn into a disaster later when thugs shoot one of the soldiers. It will turn into intense violence and angry anger of turning it into a disaster that caused the shedding of many blood. A Minnesota police officer will intervene in the case to stop the bloodshed, a stubborn man trying to resolve the crimes.
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Roger Hurlburt South Florida Sun-Sentinel
April 21, 2014 McDormand is brilliant, Macy terrific, Presnell perfect, Buscemi fabulous. And Stormare is fascinating as one of the deadliest and most horrid big-screen killers in recent memory. Fargo is a down-and-dirty doozy.Read in Source
Gary Thompson Philadelphia Daily News
April 21, 2014 You have to grant the Coens their due as creators of suspense, mood and plotting, and for their ability to color the most monstrous crimes with an undeniably funny sense of the absurd.Read in Source
Michael Wilmington Chicago Tribune
April 21, 2014 Fargo, with its grotesque murders and cheery detectives, is a cold gem that takes us to the far north. Its seemingly pitiless light opens up the realms of darkness concealed beneath that world of white.Read in Source
Dave Kehr New York Daily News
April 21, 2014 From the camera angles to the set design, everything is calculated to make the viewer feel superior to the cloddish, geeky characters on display.Read in Source
Gene Siskel Chicago Tribune
April 21, 2014 It's another daring black comedy by one of the most consistently inventive moviemaking teams of the last decade, brothers Joel and Ethan Coen.Read in Source
Glenn Dunks Quickflix
April 29, 2014 Deceptive in its storytelling choices, economical with its plotting, and sly with its dialogue, this Oscar winner is truly incredible.Read in Source
Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer
April 21, 2014 A small, supremely satisfying film. Heck and you betcha, it is.Read in Source
Chris Packham Village Voice
January 19, 2016 The film is a work of brick-by-brick world-building in the service of characters whose ordinariness is just as carefully crafted.Read in Source
Anthony Lane New Yorker
April 21, 2014 A few scenes go around in circles, as if snow-blind, and the humor may be too inward and contorted for some tastes. But McDormand brings order to the weirdness and warms it up.Read in Source
David Sterritt Christian Science Monitor
April 21, 2014 Returning to the horror-comic vein that launched their careers, director Joel Coen and producer Ethan Coen pepper their new picture with so much humor that the occasional bursts of sheer mayhem seem more ridiculous than revolting.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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