If you tell enough stories, perhaps the moral will show up.



Everyone raves about Fargo but I never saw it until last night. It is funny, and the premise of this very ordinary copper rolling up a complex, ugly situation almost without any difficulty is attractive.

For me, the best bit in the film is the shot where we see the William Macy character pull up in front of his father-in-law's body. By now, he's so depraved and so far out of his depth, that it takes him just a second to pop up the boot of his car....

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