The Coen Brothers' Fargo

The Coen Brothers' Fargo William G. Luhr
  • Title: The Coen Brothers' Fargo
  • Author: William G. Luhr
  • ISBN: 9780521005012
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Coen Brothers' Fargo William G. Luhr The Coen Brothers Fargo The most commercially and critically successful film of Ethan and Joel Coen Fargo was nominated for five Academy Awards and received two an exceptional achievement for a low budget independently pr
    The most commercially and critically successful film of Ethan and Joel Coen, Fargo was nominated for five Academy Awards and received two, an exceptional achievement for a low budget, independently produced film This volume explores Fargo from a variety of perspectives Providing a detailed account of the film s production, reception and place within the career of the CoeThe most commercially and critically successful film of Ethan and Joel Coen, Fargo was nominated for five Academy Awards and received two, an exceptional achievement for a low budget, independently produced film This volume explores Fargo from a variety of perspectives Providing a detailed account of the film s production, reception and place within the career of the Coen brothers, it covers issues and themes significant to current film discourse, including genre, gender and sexuality, race, history, culture and myth.
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    1. This was really interesting Fargo is my favorite film of all time and the essays in this book are certainly food for thought Some of them, honestly, kind of went over my head This is the kind of book one would read in a film class I think.

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