Fargo Movie Analysis
The movie Fargo is a crime and drama film which takes place in Minnesota in 1987. Jerry goes to an unknown place to handle business. “Fargo” means “a place outside your normal existence that, once visited, alters your Life forever.” The title Fargo creates a better movie because Fargo was an outside place where Jerry made a deal with the person that kidnaps his wife. Fargo makes the whole of the movie because this is where everything changed. Jerry was in a different place which caused his life to change. The point of view started from Jerry’s perspective with how he was dealing with the kidnapping of his wife. It then switches to the perspective of Marge where she is living her different life with her husband.
The crime drama genre if the movie is very intense. The graphics of seeing people get shot and seeing the blood shed is also added to how intense the movie was. It is very thrilling to watch because you always want to know what may possibly happen next. In this movie, I consider Marge a hero in this movie. Marge was very determined to find the two men and her being pregnant and working on a case like this just makes her more admirable. It’s like during the movie, when Marge goes to work because she is trying to arrest these two guys but it is the complete opposite when she gets home because goes back to her life at home. Marge succeeds in finding the criminals that have been muttering people for some money. The actors make it easy to pay attention to the character rather than the actors themselves.