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Cert 18
94 mins
BBFC advice: TBA

I reckon I have developed the acquired taste which makes me a Coen brothers fan.
It wasn't always so. I wasn't struck on Inside Llewyn Davis but have since gorged on the likes of Hail Caesar! and Blood Simple and was already taken with True Grit,  No Country For Old Men and Burn After Reading.
Fargo reminded me so much of one of my favourite films, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, I had mistakenly thought was made by them too.
During both, there is a heinous crime in a backwater setting and there, front and centre is the fabulous Frances McDormand.
This time, instead of demanding the police get off their backsides, she is leading the investigation into the mysterious deaths of a state trooper and two unknown commuters on a snow-covered road in the middle of Minnesota.
She executes her husband and brother-in-law's script with the same expertise which won Oscars for both roles.
Fargo was made 24 years ago but it hasn't dated a day.
It stars the superb William H. Macy as a financially beleaguered car dealership sales manager who orchestrates a plan for his wife (Kristin Rudrüd) to be kidnapped so his wealthy father-in-law (Harve Presnell) will pay the ransom.
Unfortunately, the men (Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare) he hires are definitely not up to the job and neither is he in controlling them.
Thus, they bungle the kidnapping and then commit triple murder on their way to their hideout.
This prompts an early-hours call to the heavily pregnant police chief, Marge Gunderson (McDormand).
I not only loved Marge but also her easygoing and loyal husband played, with great nuance by John Carroll Lynch.
His performance was the springboard for a highly successful career.
I am not nearly qualified enough to dissect the work of Joel and Ethan Coen in detail and explain why they have had such an impact in the movie industry.
But it is obvious that they develop a rare trust with their actors.
McDormand and Buscemi have now appeared in six of the Coens' movies.
They have grown up with them and are, without doubt, two of the most accomplished movie actors around but they are far from the only ones who have the Coens to thank.
Anyway, both are brilliant in Fargo and the storyline is taut yet quirky and, yes, the film does include a trademark combination of violence and humour. 

Reasons to watch Coen Brothers' classic.
Reasons to avoid: Its violence

Laughs: Three chuckles
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: Bare bum
Overall rating: 9.5/10

Did you know? The Coens' previous film, 1994's The Hudsucker Proxy, had by far their largest budget to date at the time with $25m. It was also by far their biggest flop, earning less than $3m at the box office. For Fargo, the Coens returned to a much more modest budget of $7m but ended up taking in $60m at the box office. 

The final word. Frances McDormand: '"When I started working on it I realised it was one of the best gifts that I've ever been given."

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