Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Film Analysis #7 Fargo (1996) is a film that has been elevated to a position of the cultural pantheon that is the self-proclaimed homespun story of murder. It poses interest in part because of displaying many of the auteur's signatures and theme that have been circulating through over a quarter century of the Coen's opus. The Coen brothers' film poses an original mix of black hilarity and murder that both entertains and disturbs the viewer at the same time. This is a dark comedy and its local color is provided by the regional murder. Alongside a barbed-wire fence with snow he buries the loot and uses a plastic windshield scraper to act as a pathetic maker (111). All in all Fargo is a film that displays many of the auteur's signatures and themes. One of its taglines being "A lot can happen in the middle of nowhere " it has proven to be an anomaly of categorization and a contemporary masterpiece that is full of violent mystery thriller satirical amusement and a suspenseful drama of crime. Work Cited Joel Coen and Coen Ethan. "Fargo (1996)." Filmsite.org. N.p. 2017. Web. 23 Aug. 2017. [...]
***FARGO* www.imdb.com you will watch and analyzeone film from the provided list. Your final review shouldbe submitted to the assignment link in Canvason or before the due date.This is a film analysis assignment, not a popular review. Your personal opinion about the film (i.e. whether or not you “like it”) is immaterial to the assignment, even as introductory matter.Your film analysis posts will:•Provide a brief summary of the film (remember that we’re all watching these films, so you don’t need to tell us much detail about the film in the initial summary. Any summary information should serve the larger purpose and focus of your analysis). •Include AT LEAST TWO PARAGRAPHS (5-8 sentences each) of analysis of the film, utilizing the terminology and concepts that are relevant to your progress through the course materials. That is, a post made in week nine will discuss technique at a higher level than one made in week one.Emphasize concepts from the reading assigned during the week we are currently in.•Offer specific examples from the film to illustrate your points.•CITE the textbook and/or tutorial materials in your discussion.UseMLA format at all times.