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The Coen Brothers are back with a dark and twisted film noir unlike anything you've ever seen. Set in a small 1949 California town, this is the story of a seemingly simple barber, who turns to blackmail and revenge to escape his achingly dull life. But in the tradition of classic noir, nothing goes as planned and nothing is as it seems. And as the barber's plot unravels, the delicious surprises, stunning revelations and just plain strange occurrences will disturb and delight you long after the film has ended.
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Beautiful, black and white stylish noir complete with luscious drags off of ever-lit cigarettes you either want to start smoking for the first time or light up after a long hiatus. Resist the urge to go buy cigarettes, stay in your seat and watch this film in one sitting. I'll admit I did get sleepy at times the first time I watched the film, but only because I watched it late at night after a long day. It's worth making sure your business is complete for the day before settling in for this film--It will allow you to more easily immerse yourself in this world and to consider how a person in a small town could be tried for a crime they didn't commit while still being guilty.
The immensely talented Francis McDormand sensuously plays Doris, the bookkeeper down at the department store. She and Billy Bob Thornton are unforgettable in this film.