‘So, does it hold up?’: Fargo’s stars and co-creator on its 25th anniversary

‘So, does it hold up?’: Fargo’s stars and co-creator on its 25th anniversary
At a Tribeca film festival event, Frances McDormand, Steve Buscemi and Joel Coen discussed the Oscar-winning small-town hit

It’s not just that snow blankets every scene of the Coen brothers’ early triumph Fargo; coldness has seeped into each scene’s DNA, informing their look and worldview. From the existential indignity of having to chip a rock-hard ice layer off your car’s windshield to the sartorial improvisations inspired by sub-zero temperatures, few capture that freezing essence with such totality of commitment.

And yet the film felt right at home in the warm summer breeze on Friday night, screened on Manhattan’s Pier 76 for a Tribeca film festival event celebrating the 25th anniversary of the “homespun murder mystery”, as the famed needlepoint poster describes it.
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