The world is so noisy, we unconsciously filter out all that we don’t want to hear. Much of film sound operates in the same way.
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When released in 1996, Fargo was seen as the Coen brothers’ breakthrough film. As the years roll by it has increasingly become a lynch pin in their canon.
This short video-essay details the recurring thematic concerns explored by the Coen brothers over the last 30 years. Intercutting all 16 of their films, the characters appear to talk to one another across the stories.
When it was released, Fight Club was rubbished by critics and rejected by audiences. Now it’s regarded as a masterpiece. So what changed people’s minds?
Joel and Ethan Coen started as outsiders, but after 16 feature films they have long since become their own establishment. So where does that leave Llewyn Davis?
Ken Kesey’s story of social oppression was inspired by the CIA program, MKUltra. Did the film retain the novel’s rage?